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Who May Apply For A Patent? The Applicant Vs The Inventor
Such an innovation may cause the inventor to obtain a patent towards the protection thereof, and a granted patent is a highly lucrative commercial tool
South Africa
22 May 2019
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No ‘One-Size-Fits-All' For Branded Goods Entering African Countries
The demand for branded goods in Africa is growing and, as such, the instances of infringing and counterfeit goods are on the rise. The various intellectual property (IP)
South Africa
21 May 2019
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How Does An Intellectual Property Due Diligence Assist In Mitigating Risk During Licensing Negotiations?
The value of intellectual property assets in companies is often overlooked or underestimated when it comes to licensing, mergers and acquisitions.
South Africa
21 May 2019
4
Patent Pending: What Does It Even Mean?
Picture a scenario where you come across a product which is currently trending and children everywhere either have or want one, however, it is only being manufactured and sold by one entity.
South Africa
21 May 2019
5
When Does Conduct Constitute Financial Advice?
In this matter, the claimants approached Ms Moolman in her capacity as a financial advisor for advice on how best to invest their "spare money".
South Africa
21 May 2019
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South Africa Newsletter - February 2019
South Africa's diverse economy, strategic role in Africa and political history create a unique business and regulatory environment.
South Africa
21 May 2019
7
Illicit Outflow Of Capital From South Africa Eliminated By Statutory Duties Placed On Directors
This article begins by giving a simple illustration of the concepts of semi-privatisation and privatisation. It then discusses common law duties and fiduciary duties of directors under the
South Africa
20 May 2019
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The Mining Charter Of 2018: Is The Once Empowered, Always Empowered Principle Applicable To BEE Partners Exiting Higher Up The Chain?
The Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, Act No. 28 of 2002 (the MPRDA) was promulgated with the aim of distributing mineral wealth more equally among citizens to remedy
South Africa
20 May 2019
9
Public Energy: Licensing And New Generation Capacity
The Public Private Partnership Act No. 19 of 2010 (the Act) is the principal act made for the purpose of providing an institutional framework for the implementation of public private partnership (PPP)
South Africa
20 May 2019
10
Tax In Brief - May 2019
Below, please find issue 26 of ENSafrica's tax in brief, a snapshot of the latest tax developments in South Africa.
South Africa
20 May 2019
11
MHSA Guidance Note On Medico-Legal Investigations Of Mine Deaths Published
On 10 May 2019, the Chief Inspector of Mines published, in terms of the Mine Health and Safety Act, 1996 (the "MHSA"), a Guidance Note on Medico-Legal Investigations of Mine Deaths.
South Africa
17 May 2019
12
The E-Consumer In South Africa
The rapid developments in technology have left many electronic spaces unregulated, with lack of or minimal protection to the consumer.
South Africa
16 May 2019
13
Donald Trump And Bad Faith
Donald Trump comes up in our articles from time to time, as does the issue of bad faith. Both come up in this one.
South Africa
16 May 2019
14
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
15
The Male Torso: Is It Distinctive?
There was a highly unusual trade mark opposition matter in the USA recently.
South Africa
16 May 2019
16
Notice Period To Convene A Shareholders' Meeting Increases From 14 To 21 Days
This requirement applies to all companies, public or private.
South Africa
16 May 2019
17
Rugby League Star's Family To Receive Compensation Following His Wrongful Death In Hospital
The High Court in Pretoria has ruled that Gauteng's current Health MEC, Dr Gwen Ramokgopa, must pay for all damages sustained as a result of a local rugby league player's death at the Steve Biko Hospital.
South Africa
15 May 2019
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South Africa Publishes More About Money Laundering Vulnerabilities
The FIC's publication encourages those dealing in South African real estate to be aware of money laundering relating to the sector.
South Africa
10 May 2019
19
Using Sponsorship To Advance Women In Law Firms
Across the country, the business community accepts that firms with diversity in leadership perform better financially, have better client relationships and increase their opportunities for innovation.
South Africa
10 May 2019
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Just Because Some Employees Are On Strike Doesn't Mean That All The Employees Are On Strike
The title of this email note would appear to be an obvious truism, but it was one that recently came to hurt an employer resulting in the reinstatement some four years later of 17 employees dismissed for allegedly participating in an unprotected strike.
South Africa
8 May 2019
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