Eversheds Sutherland
Dylan Bouchier

Dylan Bouchier is an associate in our Employment Law Department, specialising in both litigious and non-litigious aspects of individual and collective labour law.

Dylan graduated with a BA in law and psychology (with distinction in psychology) from Rhodes University in 2016 and obtained his LLB Degree from Rhodes University in 2018. Dylan was admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa in 2021.

He has experience in drafting notices and pleadings in the CCMA and Labour Court, as well as frequently appearing in the CCMA and Labour Court. In addition, he has extensive experience in representing his clients in, and chairing disciplinary and incapacity hearings. Dylan also provides advice and opinions on various aspects of employment law. Dylan has advised and represented clients in various sectors, such as sports, telecommunications, and tertiary education sectors.

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Equality for “all parents of whatever stripe”

In the groundbreaking judgment of Van Wyk v Minister of Labour, parental and maternity leave, a subject once bound by traditional gender roles and perspectives, recently underwent rigorous scrutiny in the High Court. The contentious provisions of the Basic Conditions…

“Objection to con/arb!”, “Overruled!”

Employers are routinely notified by the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (“CCMA”) that they must attend so-called “con/arb” processes relating to disputes referred to the CCMA against them by former employees. Often these disputes concern…

Fraud can unravel dreams of retirement

Most employees strive to create a “nest egg” for themselves by making monthly contributions from their salary into a pension fund. However, dreams of retiring...
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