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NEW: Labour Litigation and Dispute Resolution. – 4th ed.

Updated: Jan 8

Grogan, John. Labour Litigation and Dispute Resolution. – 4th ed. – Juta, 2023

ISBN: 9781485150978


Publisher’s summary: Labour Litigation and Dispute Resolution, first published in 2010, is the most comprehensive exposition of practice and procedure in the various forums charged with resolving employment and labour disputes in South Africa. It provides an overview of the nature, powers and jurisdiction of the CCMA, bargaining councils, the Labour Court and private arbitrators, and guides the reader though the maze of rules and procedures that must be followed to process matters through these forums, while giving useful tips on how to avoid or surmount obstacles that might arise along the way. This book is more than a practice manual. Written in the clear and lively style which characterises the author’s writing, it sets out the principles underlying the issues discussed, and illustrates them with many examples from decided cases. The 4th edition of Labour Litigation and Dispute Resolution will be an indispensable part of any practitioner’s library.


For the convenience of practitioners, this edition includes as appendices the full text of the rules of the CCMA, the Labour Appeal and Labour Courts, as well as the Labour Court Practice Manual. This work is also available in electronic form, which is updated quarterly.”


Content: Introduction, background and overview – Employment and labour disputes – Processing labour disputes – Forums – Choosing forums – Conciliation – Statutory arbitration – Private arbitration – Special forms: Interest, advisory and s 188A inquiries – Litigation in the Labour Court: Referrals – Litigation in the Labour Court: Applications generally – Litigation in the Labour Court: Particular applications – Litigation in the Labour Court: General practice issues – Review of statutory arbitrations – Review of private arbitrations – Appeals


Price: R1,219.00 (soft cover) including VAT, excluding delivery.


The publication can be ordered from the Lexinfo Book Supply Service by sending an email to books@lexinfo.co.za


Posted: 21 August 2023

Updated: 8 January 2024

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