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Uber's Biggest Competitor Patents Rider DJ System
Lyft, Uber's biggest competitor in the United States ("US"), recently obtained a patent for a "driver jukebox system" that allows a rider to be the DJ when using a ride-hailing service.
United States
15 Aug 2019
2
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
3
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
4
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
5
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
6
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
7
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
8
The Madrid Protocol: More Of A Slow-Burning Plodder Than A Taut Thriller
Back in 2013, we wrote an article about the Madrid Protocol, the treaty that regulates the international trade mark registration system.
South Africa
5 Jul 2019
9
South Africa: Time To Elect IP
South Africa recently held its general national election and the result was a win for the incumbent African National Congress (ANC) party.
European Union
27 Jun 2019
10
Plain Packaging: An Issue That's Not Quite Extinguished
An article that appeared in the South African Daily Maverick news site, "Plain packaging for cigarettes is a bad idea", suggests
South Africa
27 Jun 2019
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Mauritius: Trade Marks Filed "In Defiance Of Commercial Morality"
A recent decision of the Mauritian Industrial Property Tribunal (the "Tribunal") will provide some comfort to international brand owners. The case involved an application
Mauritius
25 Jun 2019
12
Business in Africa: investment and intellectual property
Exponential economic development across Africa has resulted in a greater necessity for increased protection of intellectual property ("IP") assets on the continent.
South Africa
20 Jun 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 Male Torso: Is It Distinctive?
There was a highly unusual trade mark opposition matter in the USA recently.
South Africa
16 May 2019
15
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
16
Amazon: Lessons From The World's Biggest Brand
Some brands simply seem to play a major role in our lives – Apple, Facebook, Google, Netflix.
South Africa
3 May 2019
17
Parody And Abuse
A long-running legal dispute in the USA involving the brand Louis Vuitton is interesting.
South Africa
3 May 2019
18
Soul Destroying – Perhaps Not!
There are predictable references in the press reports to the biblical figures David and Goliath.
South Africa
12 Apr 2019
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Valentine's Day: Not A Great Deal Of Romance
Valentine's Day has come and gone, but from a trade mark point of view, it's been anything but romantic. As the following stories indicate, the world of trade marks has done little to set hearts
South Africa
21 Mar 2019
20
Apples And Pears, Beers And Confusion
Are the two trade marks confusingly similar? It's the question that's most commonly asked in trade mark law.
South Africa
14 Mar 2019
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