Labour Law Experts will act as your legal representation at the Labour Court
The Labour Court of South Africa is a court that deals with all labour law cases such as disputes concerning the relationship between an employer, employee and trade unions. Established by the Labour Relations Act of 1995, this court has a similar status to that of a division of the High Court.
The Labour Court has exclusive jurisdiction over cases that arise from the Labour Relations Act of 1995, the Basic Conditions of Employment Act of 1997, the Employment Equity Act of 1998 and the Unemployment Insurance Act of 2001. This court therefore deals with cases regarding trade unions, unfair dismissals and unfair labour practises, strikes and lockouts, collective bargaining, leave and remuneration, working hours, discrimination and affirmative action.
If you as an employer find yourself facing legal action in the Labour Court, Labour Law Experts can assist you in following the correct Labour Court procedure. We will act as your legal representation at the Labour Court, helping you achieve a desirable outcome for your case. If need be, we can also provide guidance for our clients when it comes to dealing with legal documentation.
To ensure that you have a strong case and that you follow the appropriate Labour Court procedure, do not hesitate to make use of our expertise.