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THOUGHT OF THE WEEK Legal representation at CCMA arbitrations

Parties who find themselves with a looming CCMA arbitration date may be assisted by a legal representative.  Legal representation in disputes about the dismissal of an employee for reasons related to their conduct or capacity or disputes about statutory monies owning to the employee is not an automatic right. A party seeking legal representation may however either agree to legal representation or bring application on notice not less than 14 days prior to the arbitration to be permitted legal representation by the CCMA.


Our specialist labour practitioners have many years of experience in bringing applications for legal representation, preparing parties to represent themselves at the CCMA and representing parties at the CCMA. Why not give us a call so we can tailor an approach to suit you?


Contact KAPLAN BLUMBERG for further assistance.


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