CHARLOTTE CLARKE
Associate

BA LLB (Wits)

PRACTICE AREAS
Labour Law
Dispute Resolution
Commercial Law

Charlotte completed her BA (LLB) at the University of Witwatersrand in 2015 and graduated with Distinction. Charlotte currently works in Commercial Litigation and has experience with Labour Law, Dispute Resolution, High Court and Magistrate Court matters.


+27 (0)11 448 9695
clarke@schindlers.co.za

Article written by Wade Jacobs, Candidate Attorney, checked by Jayna Hira, Associate and released by Charlotte Clarke, Partner at Schindlers Attorneys 27 August 2021 BackgroundThis case deals with the issue of whether a Defendant may raise an exception to a Plaintiff’s amended particulars of claim, specifically where the Defendant has not objected to the Plaintiff’s
Article written by Danisha Naidu, Candidate Attorney, checked by Jayna Hira, Associate and released by Charlotte Clarke, Partner at Schindlers Attorneys. 18 August 2021 Background and Facts In this matter, the close relatives of the Deceased brought forth an application in which they sought an order directing the Master of the High Court, Cape Town
Article written by Celeste Frank, Candidate Attorney, checked by Jordan Dias, Associate and released by Nicola Nieuwoudt, Partner at Schindlers Attorneys. 13 August 2021 IntroductionIn circumstances where parents are divorced / separated, disputes regarding the relocation of minor children could arise. These disputes are often difficult to adjudicate on as one parent may have sound
Article written by Angela Paschalides, Candidate Attorney, checked by Michal Asoulin, Associate and released by Charlotte Clarke (Solicitor of England and Wales) Background The High Court of Justice of England and Wales (Commercial Court, Business and Property Courts) (the “Court”) heard an application for contempt by Lakatamia Shipping Company Limited (the “Claimant”) against Hsin Chi
Article was written by Snazo Tuswa, Candidate Attorney, checked by Jayna Hira, Candidate Attorney and released by Charlotte Clarke, Senior Associate at Schindlers Attorneys. 10 August 2021 Background Mr Moonisami (“the First Respondent”) launched a liquidation application to liquidate Blendrite (“the First Appellant”), which had two directors, namely, the First Respondent and Mr Palani (“the
Civil unrest
Article was written by Charlotte Clarke, Senior Associate, Lauren Squier, Associate, Alisha Naik, Candidate Attorney and released by Alec Veitch, Partner at Schindlers Attorneys. 19 July 2021 INTRODUCTION Violent protest action, looting and civil unrest continues to wreak havoc across South Africa, resulting in extensive damage to residential and commercial buildings, vehicles, stock and other
Integral Petroleum SA v Petrogat FZA & Ors
Article was written by Angela Paschalides, Candidate Attorney, checked by Michal Asoulin, Associate and released by Charlotte Clark, Senior Associate at Schindlers Attorneys (Solicitor of England and Wales). 12 July 2021 Background The High Court of Justice of England and Wales (Commercial Court, Queen’s Bench Division) (the “Court”) heard various applications including an application for
Article was written by Danisha Naidu, Candidate Attorney, checked by Jayna Hira, Associate, and released by Charlotte Clark, the Senior Associate at Schindlers Attorneys. 08 July 2021 Background and Facts During or about September 2018 and in the court a quo, Crimson Clover Trading 17 (Pty) Ltd t/a Island Hotel (the “Respondent”) launched an application
Article was written by Snazo Tuswa, Candidate Attorney, checked and released by Charlotte Clark, Senior Associate at Schindlers Attorneys. 06 July 2021 IntroductionIn a recent Judgment in the Supreme Court of Appeal (“SCA”), the SCA held that the 30-day grace period for an unpaid premium in a life policy does not apply where the cancellation
Written by Angela Paschalides, Candidate Attorney, checked by Michal Asoulin, Senior Associate and released by Charlotte Clark, Solicitor of England and Wales 20 May 2021 Background The High Court of Justice of England and Wales (Commercial Court, Business and Property Courts) (the “Court”) heard an application for an extension of time in relation to service