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Darryl Bernstein is a partner and head of Baker Mckenzie's Dispute Resolution and TMT Practice Groups in Johannesburg, where he advises on the resolution of complex commercial disputes, regulatory compliance and investigations as well as contentious and non-contentious communications, media, privacy and technology matters. Darryl co-founded disputes-focused firm Rudolph, Bernstein & Associates in 2008 before joining Baker McKenzie with his entire team at the end of 2012. He acts for a wide range of clients listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and on various international exchanges, along with a number of global multinational technology companies, particularly regarding their expansion into Africa.

In brief Overview Zareenah Rasool, Candidate Attorney, Rui Lopes, Associate, and Darryl Bernstein, Partner and Head of the Healthcare and Lifesciences Industry Group at Baker McKenzie in Johannesburg,  set out the infrastructure that is in place, and the processes that must be followed, for medicines such as the COVID-19 vaccine…

Executive Summary: The second quarter of 2020 has seen the globe continue to navigate the complexity created by the COVID-19 pandemic. These unprecedented times have sparked economic and political crisis across the world, while organisations seek to respond to an increase in cybercrime, and a resurgence of bribery and corruption…

Doing Business in South Africa outlines some of the principal matters that will affect an overseas entity that proposes to establish and carry on business in South Africa. Topics covered include: Establishing a legal entity Tax Black economic empowerment Exchange control Anti-bribery and corruption Intellectual property All of the information included…

The Financial Intelligence Centre Act of 2001 (“FICA”) was amended by the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Act of 2017 (the “Amendment”), which provided for certain provisions of the Amendment to come into effect. On 1 April 2019, other provisions of the Amendment came into effect. The Amendment has extended the…