Location

Johannesburg

Located in the heart of Sandton, our Johannesburg office is home to over 130 lawyers who work closely with their international counterparts in our network of over 45 offices around the world.

Johannesburg

Hogan Lovells (South Africa)
140 West Street
Sandton
Johannesburg 2196
South Africa

Phone +27 11 286 6900

Fax +27 11 286 6901


Careers in South Africa

Located in the heart of Sandton, our Johannesburg office is home to over 130 lawyers who work closely with their international counterparts in our network of over 45 offices around the world.

We provide a wide range of expertise, with areas spanning across Tax, Mining, Corporate Commercial, Competition, Construction, Employment, Commercial Litigation, Insurance, Business Rescue & Insolvency, Banking and Real Estate.

Hogan Lovells Publications

The new policyholder protection rules - Alert 4

In respect of the implementation and compliance with the next tranche of rules that must be complied with by 15 June 2018. Remember that the PPRs apply to natural persons and juristic...

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Amendments to the insurance regulations

The proposed amendments to the regulations of the Long-term Insurance Act, 1998 and Short-term Insurance Act, 1998 are out for comment with submissions due on 23 April 2018.  It is...

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Published Works

To hire and fire: The president has the final say

During October 2017, yet again, our courts were called upon to adjudicate a matter with wider political implications. This concerned the suspension of the Director-General of Home Affairs,...

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Press Releases

Hogan Lovells encourages acting SARS commissioner, Mark Kingon, to release report

International law firm Hogan Lovells has stated that it still welcomes the release of its report into the labour matters in relation to Jonas Makwakwa and encourages new acting SARS...

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The South African mining industry is changing, and that's a fact

2017 was another tempestuous year for the South African mining and natural resources sector. The sector was disrupted by a range of changes and uncertainties, including the publication of...

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A challenging year for the African mining sector in 2017 - what does 2018 hold?

Commodity trends of 2017 - will these change in 2018?

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