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Copyright In The National Anthem
The issue of who holds the copyright in national anthems is not one that comes up much, but it is one that the Ugandan Court of Appeal recently had to consider.
Uganda
15 Aug 2019
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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
3
Porsche 911…Something A Bit Different Please!
The Porsche 911 is undoubtedly an iconic car. Instant product recognition is, of course, something that most companies strive for.
South Africa
5 Jul 2019
4
The Range Rover In China, Copyright In South Africa
We have written before about the case concerning the look-a-like Range Rover Evoque on sale in China for a fraction of the price of the real thing.
South Africa
16 May 2019
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An IP Toy Story
IP plays an extremely significant role in the world of toys, as a number of news reports have made very clear.
Worldwide
20 Sep 2018
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Namibia: Introduction Of The Long Anticipated Industrial Property Act, 2012
This is an effective manner of providing protection for international brands which are yet to enter the Namibian market.
South Africa
10 Jul 2018
7
Graffiti: Does It Leave You With Unclean Hands?
There was an interesting article in the South African marketing industry publication Bizcommunity about street art.
South Africa
31 May 2018
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Alexa... Buy Me A Hoover
Artificial intelligence ("AI") is big news at the moment, so it's no surprise that lawyers are considering the IP issues relating to AI. Some of the implications are really quite profound.
South Africa
12 Apr 2018
9
IP: Will You Be A Player Or A Hater?
Taylor Swift has been in the IP spotlight again and, as always, there are valuable lessons to be learned.
South Africa
8 Mar 2018
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Copyright: Joint Ownership And Databases
A South African judgment dealing with joint ownership of copyright in databases has recently come to light. The judgment was handed down almost a year ago, but it seems to have slipped under the radar.
South Africa
8 Feb 2018
11
Monkey See, Monkey Do (Not Own Copyright)
Two unusual copyright stories are back in the news.
South Africa
7 Aug 2017
12
Copyright: Constantly Evolving
We've written a fair bit about copyright recently, and much of our focus has been on how the digital age has brought about a marked change in attitude towards copyright (often bordering on ignorance)...
South Africa
11 Jul 2017
13
Copyright: As Relevant As Ever
Copyright is a highly important area of IP law.
South Africa
12 Jun 2017
14
Copyright News: Good And Bad
Two recent developments, one positive and one negative, highlight some of the serious issues that face copyright.
UK
11 May 2017
15
Copyright: The Right To Exploit vs The Right Not To Exploit
There's a lot of interesting copyright in the recent South African judgment of South African Broadcasting Corporation v Via Vollenhoven & Appollis Independent CC and others.
South Africa
13 Mar 2017
16
Bollywood: A Little Too Much Inspiration
Issues of copyright infringement, particularly within the Hollywood and Bollywood context, have found their way to the court room.
India
10 Mar 2017
17
African IP Update
2016 has been a busy year for IP on the African continent, with developments in Liberia, the Cayman Islands, South Africa, Zambia and Namibia, among others.
Worldwide
8 Dec 2016
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Copying Music: A Stairway To The Court Room
Two recent high-profile cases involving popular songs have placed the spotlight on copyright issues.
South Africa
14 Jul 2016
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Copyright, Fair Dealing And Hyperlinks
A South African court has found that, for the purposes of fair dealing in copyright law, hyperlinks are a sufficient way of acknowledging source and ownership.
South Africa
29 Jun 2016
20
A Small Cup Of Copyright
The recent South African case of Nestle Nespresso S.A. v Secret River Trading cc t/a Caffeluxe Distributors (Western Cape High Court, Judge Davis, 5 October 2015) dealt with the unusual issue of copyright in a coffee machine.
South Africa
6 Nov 2015
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