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.

Recent articles

Judicial redress in contracts: a balancing act
9th September 2021
The judgment in Beadica 231 CC and Others v Trustees for the time being of Oregon Trust and Others (CCT109/2019) serves as an important turning-point in our law around contracts and specifically the freedom of persons to enter into any contract on terms to which the parties agree.
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We are proud to announce that Megan Scott has been promoted to an Associate at Dingley Marshall Lewin.
31st August 2021
Megan was admitted as an attorney in December 2018 and joined our firm in 2019. She has worked in our litigation department for over 2
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Liquidations: Compulsory and Voluntary
21st July 2021
A company can be liquidated regardless of whether it is solvent or insolvent. If a company is insolvent, it is unable to satisfy its debts
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Summary Suspensions in Employment Law – Long or right?
15th June 2021
The current position in our law is, accordingly, that where an employee is suspended for precautionary reasons (i.e. in that the employer was concerned that the employee’s continued presence in the workplace would provide him/her with the opportunity to interfere with potential witnesses and/or to destroy pertinent evidence) the employer is under no obligation to afford the employee a pre-suspension hearing before affecting the suspension.
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