Without Prejudice - Volume 11, Issue 9, 2011
Volume 11, Issue 9, 2011
Author Dave DewarSource: Without Prejudice 11, pp 80 –81 (2011)More Less
It is trite that every law practice, regardless of its size, is in the business of providing legal services. Despite legal practice being a chosen vocation it is a business first and foremost as opposed to being a law practice which happens to generate an income as a by-product of providing legal services. The purpose of this article is to create a shift for working in the business to working on the business.
Author David ReesSource: Without Prejudice 11, pp 90 –91 (2011)More Less
Earthquakes in Japan, Christchurch, Chile, Indonesia and other locations around the Asia-Pacific Ring of Fire suggest that somewhere deep underground, massive unseen forces are at work in the year 2011. As the plates shift the consequences can be earth-shattering (an accurate use of that term) but predicting the time or location of the next shock is impossible.
Author Eben Van WykSource: Without Prejudice 11, pp 92 –93 (2011)More Less
They've sold more than 200 million albums and now rock band AC/DC is moving into the wine industry - following in the steps of South Africa's Parlotones. The mega rock band has teamed up with an Australian winery to release a range of AC/DC wines, named after its greatest hits such as Back in Black Shiraz, Highway to Hell Cabernet Sauvignon and You Shook Me All Night Long Moscato.
Author Dewaldt Van WykSource: Without Prejudice 11, pp 94 –95 (2011)More Less
If you go into your local cell phone store and ask for the latest and greatest cell phone, they are unlikely to sell you a full QWERTY phone, but, if you have big hands, communicate a lot while traveling, and like the feel of real keyboard underneath your fingers, a QWERTY cell phone might just be the thing for you.
Author Michael AverySource: Without Prejudice 11, pp 96 –97 (2011)More Less
Is it possible to start a company from scratch and sell it just eight years later for R80 billion? It is if your name is Floyd Wilson, the "Topgun CEO" of BHP Billiton's recently acquired and marvelously named energy company, Petrohawk Energy Corporation, and you're not afraid of taking a calculated risk on the newest energy play that nearly all environmentalists love to hate, shale gas.