Dingley Marshall Lewin is a niche firm with a focus on commercial and technology law. We also have strong & established civil litigation, commercial property & conveyancing, estates, wills & trusts units at the firm. In addition to providing legal services to South African based clients, Dingley Marshall Lewin also provides legal off-shoring services to internationally based law firms and clients. Our legal services are provided in quick response to our clients' needs, are cost effective and of an excellent quality. Dingley Marshall Lewin was started in 2008 and has grown exponentially since then. We are a South African firm with offices located in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town.

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A step-by-step guide to having your documents commissioned
19th January 2022
Having documents commissioned should be a relatively simple task. In practice, however, minor mistakes, like a missed initial, can undermine the integrity of the entire process. Unfortunately, this is often only cured by returning to the commissioner of oaths and repeating the exercise.

To avoid this and prevent getting caught out, we explain the basics of commissioning and some tips on preventing misfires.
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Commencement of the Cybercrimes Act
4th December 2021
The President has proclaimed the commencement of the lion’s share of the Cybercrimes Act, No 19 of 2020, with effect from the 1st of December 2021.
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M Booysen v J Dolley-Major (Case No: 5043/2021) Landmark case – Naming an alleged rapist on social media
24th November 2021
It is important that each defamation matter be consider on its own set of facts. A defamation matter is never a clear-cut court case, and you should consider your legal routes carefully before proceeding. The case entitled M Booysen v J Dolley-Major (Case No: 5043/2021) in a landmark defamation case to consider.
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Let’s talk about defamation of character…again
24th November 2021
The law on defamation of character is not as simple as it may sound – there are quite a few intricate parts to consider. With the use of social media in the internet-fuelled world we live in, this is even more true.
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