The eFiles

Harty Rushmere eFiles – Volume 41 (June 2017)

Welcome to this month’s eFile. Along with this month’s news, we are proud to announce the introduction of Legal Lite, our new tailored legal service that allows you to get rapid, accessible legal counsel when you need it. We also discuss the new amendments to the B-BBEE ICT Sector Code and IP Exchange Controls. You will also find insight on the latest POPIA announcement, as well as an exciting development for the .africa domain name.

Introducing Legal Lite

Welcome to this month’s eFile. Along with this month’s news, we are proud to announce the introduction of Legal Lite, our new tailored legal service that allows you to get rapid, accessible legal counsel when you need it. We also discuss the new amendments to the B-BBEE ICT Sector Code and IP Exchange Controls. You will also find insight on the latest POPIA announcement, as well as an exciting development for the .africa domain name.

The eFiles

Harty Rushmere eFiles – Volume 40 (April 2017)

Welcome to this month’s eFile. Along with this month’s news, we are proud to announce the introduction of Legal Lite, our new tailored legal service that allows you to get rapid, accessible legal counsel when you need it. We also discuss the new amendments to the B-BBEE ICT Sector Code and IP Exchange Controls. You will also find insight on the latest POPIA announcement, as well as an exciting development for the .africa domain name.

The eFiles

Harty Rushmere eFiles – Volume 39 (November 2016)

In this edition of the eFiles, we examine the government’s controversial Integrated ICT Policy White Paper and its reception in the industry. We also have a look at the Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa’s proposal of an industry code for the advertising and marketing industry. Lastly, we discuss some promising advances in the long-awaited implementation of the Protection of Personal Information Act.

The eFiles

Harty Rushmere eFiles – Volume 38 (August 2016)

In this month’s eFile, we discuss the newly published B-BBEE regulations and the impact they will have on the reporting of results and major BEE transactions. We also discuss how recent labour disputes have shone a spotlight on the regulation surrounding companies undergoing legal proceedings. Any business that produces content will be interested in our take on the Film and Publication Board’s revised Online Regulation Policy.

The eFiles

Harty Rushmere eFiles – Volume 37 (July 2016)

The Internet has changed how we work, how we access information and how we engage with one another. In this month’s issue, we explore the legal implications of social networking, discuss the right the public has to information in terms of the 2008 Companies Act and introduce you to the world’s first virtual attorney.