Rafi Weiner, a Partner at Ashersons, joined the firm in 1981. Rafi was admitted as an attorney in both South Africa and Lesotho in 1983, and in 1989 in Namibia (then South West Africa).
Rafi was awarded a B.Proc degree by the University of Cape Town (UCT) in 1980, and in 1992 he completed his LLM also at UCT.
His areas of expertise include Family, Aviation and Administrative Law where he is one of a few attorneys in Cape Town who represent outdoor advertising companies. He also has extensive experience in Commercial Litigation, where he specialises in Insolvency and Commercial Law. He has more than 30 years’ experience in the drafting and preparation of commercial agreements.
Rafi also has expertise in Criminal Law, particularly with regard to asset forfeiture and commercial and customs fraud.
Recent Articles by Rafi Weiner
Expired Firearm Licences: High Court to the Rescue 2 August 2017 - Whilst our law quite correctly treats unlawful possession of a firearm as a most serious offence – you could go to prison for 15 years if convicted – law-abiding citizens who hold valid firearm licences face a major problem if… Baby Boomers: At What Age Must You Retire? 6 June 2016 - Employers need to be particularly on their guard for cases in which a workplace dismissal is automatically unfair. Our courts take a particularly dim view of discrimination cases falling into this category. Age discrimination is one such instance, and an… Family Responsibility Leave – Your FAQs 9 June 2015 - When can an employee take fully-paid leave to deal with family matters and not have it deducted from his/her annual leave entitlement? This is often a source of confusion for both employers and employees, but it needn’t be. The BCEA…