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Motion Trade Marks, Multimedia Files And Keeping Up
We have, on many occasions, discussed the fact that a trade mark does not need to be a word or a logo.
South Africa
15 Aug 2019
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The Finance Of Brands
"Marketing should always be seen as an investment rather than a cost, once you know the value of your brands you can better manage them and monitor the effectiveness of the investment".
South Africa
15 Aug 2019
3
Are You Guilty Of Infringement?
What do you do when your distributor terminates your Supply and Distribution Contract stating that it is more economical for them to acquire the products from another company (Company A)?
South Africa
14 Aug 2019
4
Patents Of Note 2: Fusion Edition
An interesting thing about patent specifications, and one which many people tend to forget, is that they don't need to be scientifically accurate in order to be filed and published.
South Africa
14 Aug 2019
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Can You Trust FaceApp With Your Face?
Over 150 million people worldwide recently downloaded the very popular FaceApp after Hollywood celebrities started posting images of their edited faces in a social media challenge using the hashtag
South Africa
14 Aug 2019
6
Considering A Rebrand? The Copyright Conundrum
Have you enlisted the assistance of a third-party graphic designer to create a new logo or corporate identity for your rebrand?
South Africa
14 Aug 2019
7
African Patent Options: Roads Less Travelled
Africa, the world's second largest continent, is home to some of the fastest-growing economies.
South Africa
14 Aug 2019
8
The Patentability Of Living Things – A South African Approach
Patent protection of living organisms, or substances derived from them, has long been a locus of confusion and controversy in law. Recently, however,
South Africa
14 Aug 2019
9
Who Is The Boss Of Your Cake?
Fans of reality TV shows will be familiar with shows like "Cake Boss", which pit the worlds best confectioners against each other to produce the most extravagantly and intricately
South Africa
14 Aug 2019
10
No Patent Protection For Pharmaceutical Products In Rwanda
Rwanda's 2009 Law on Intellectual Property, expressly excludes pharmaceutical products from patent protection.
South Africa
26 Jul 2019
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Nedbank And IT Entrepreneurs In Developing Patent Saga
It has recently been reported that two IT entrepreneurs from Gugulethu have made an application for an interdict to prevent Nedbank from using, that is, infringing, their invention protected by South African patent number 2016/05259 entitled
South Africa
23 Jul 2019
12
The Tiff Over Teff | Traditional Knowledge
Recently, Mr Fitsum Arega, the Ethiopian Ambassador to the United States of America, tweeted news that the Court of The Hague had just handed down judgment in a matter in which two Dutch patents...
South Africa
22 Jul 2019
13
The Subject Matter Excluded From Patentability In Africa
This is one of the reasons why the rules that determine the patentable subject matter in national or regional laws differ.
South Africa
17 Jul 2019
14
The Rise Of Blockchain Technology And How Intellectual Property Law Could Benefit From It
It is clear from these examples that blockchain has the potential to greatly benefit the field of IP and business.
South Africa
15 Jul 2019
15
Research And Development In South Africa: A Must-Read For Any Business Operating In South Africa
In 2006, the South African Government introduced a tax-incentive scheme aimed at increasing scientific and technological research and development expenditure by businesses throughout all sectors in South Africa.
South Africa
15 Jul 2019
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The Developing Saga Of The Gugulethu It Entrepreneurs And Nedbank – The Law Of Patents As It Pertains To Their Dispute
Please note that this article speaks to an action for the infringement of a patent which is to follow the application for an interdict and not to the application for an interdict itself.
South Africa
15 Jul 2019
17
Let Us Not Call A Thing, Thing
In the past months, I have started really paying attention to every billboard I come across.
South Africa
15 Jul 2019
18
New Trade Mark Opposition Tribunal For Nigeria
On 19 June 2019 the Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment inaugurated a new Trade Mark Tribunal, with the view of accelerating oppositions and related matters.
South Africa
12 Jul 2019
19
A Bittersweet Copyright Story
A story that was widely reported on in the United Kingdom ("UK") gives us an interesting insight into the world of copyright.
South Africa
12 Jul 2019
20
Use: Are You Sure Can You Prove It?
it's without question one of the biggest issues in trade mark law. It's an issue that can come up in a number of scenarios
South Africa
12 Jul 2019
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