Grant Doble has represented employees and trade unions in numerous precedent-setting matters over many years on issues such as organisational rights and collective bargaining, retrenchments, including large-scale retrenchments in terms of section 189A of the Labour Relations Act, strikes and mass dismissals. Some of his precedent-setting matters include the Constitutional Court judgments in NUMSA v Bader Bop (Pty) Ltd; Sidumo & COSATU v Rustenburg Platinum Mines Ltd; AUSA & another v South African Airways (Pty) Ltd; Myathaza v Johannesburg Metropolitan Bus Services (SOC) Ltd t/a Metrobus & others; and FAWU o.b.o. J Gaoshubelwe & others v Pieman’s Pantry (Pty) Ltd.
With his specialisation in labour law, Grant has litigated extensively in the Labour Court, High Court, Labour Appeal Court, the Supreme Court of Appeal and the Constitutional Court.
Grant received a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in 1991 and a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) in 1994, both from the University of the Witwatersrand.
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