Webber Wentzel's Dispute Resolution Legal Outlook 2023

​​​​​​​​​​Webber Wentzel has contributed to Linklaters' Dispute Resolution Legal Outlook 2023. The guide covers key dispute resolution trends, major 2022 developments around the globe, and what is on the horizon for 2023.

Some of the topics unpacked in the South Africa chapter, authored by, Daryl Dingley, Erin Warmington, Anél De Meyer and Cameron Rajoo include:

  • Arbitration
  • Increased enforcement in business/economic crime
  • State Capture
  • Competition – market conduct
  • Crypto asset litigation
  • Litigation risks faced by the financial sector in relation to ESG statements
  • Commercial Litigation

Explore Linklaters' complete guide covering dispute resolution trends in 16 jurisdictions.

View the South Africa chapter below.


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