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Fight As A Soldier, Not A Guerrilla
What exactly is unlawful competition? Unlawful competition is often lumped together with IP, and indeed there are obvious links: the common law action of passing off
South Africa
12 Feb 2019
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Patent Landscaping: The Road To Success
Patent landscaping analysis, or patent mapping, involves the electronic search and analysis of the vast amount of available online published patent data in order to extract meaningful and valuable technical, business and legal information.
South Africa
11 Oct 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
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Design Law: A Welcome Reminder
They further highlight a very important difference between design law in South Africa and design law elsewhere.
South Africa
13 Apr 2018
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Amendments To The ARIPO Harare Protocol: Modified Substantive Examination
At the time of this amendment, no provision was made for expediting or for delaying the request for search and examination.
South Africa
8 Mar 2018
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Registered Designs: A Welcome Reminder
A recent decision involving registered designs is a reminder of how useful design law can be, in the sense that it can be used to protect an almost limitless range of products.
South Africa
11 Jul 2017
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Patents: What Does "Between" Mean?
In the process, the SCA very clearly opted for a purposive interpretation of patent claims.
South Africa
11 May 2017
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Mauritius To Strengthen Protection Of IP Rights
There have been some encouraging developments following Mauritius' announcement that it planned to strengthen the protection of intellectual property rights ("IPR"), amid global concerns.
Mauritius
27 Apr 2017
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South African Patent Decision: Not Shooting From The Hip
This judgment will therefore be very useful for laymen and non-IP specialists.
South Africa
6 Feb 2017
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ARIPO Developments: Amended Harare Protocol On Patents And Industrial Designs
The African Regional Intellectual Property Organization's ("ARIPO's") amended Harare Protocol on Patents and Industrial Designs (the "Protocol"), came into effect on 1 January 2017 and includes some important changes.
South Africa
6 Feb 2017
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King IV And IP
This all suggests that company directors will be required to take a long-term and big-picture view of their IP assets, and the impacts that these assets might have on others.
South Africa
8 Dec 2016
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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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An Overview Of South Africa's IP Consultative Framework
The IPCF reflects the DTI's views on South Africa's IP policy position in the form of a consultative instrument.
South Africa
9 Nov 2016
14
What Does Brexit Mean For IP Protection In The UK
Clients with European Union trade marks, registered designs and EP patents may be wondering what will happen to their IP protection in the United Kingdom now that the nation has voted to leave the EU.
European Union
29 Jun 2016
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New Industrial Property Code In Mozambique
On 30 March 2016, a new Industrial Property Code (the "Code") came into force in Mozambique.
Mozambique
27 Apr 2016
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Patentability Of Genetic Material
The patentability of genetic material has again come into the spotlight with the recent high court decision in Australia in the Myriad Genetics Inc. v D'Arcy case...
South Africa
6 Nov 2015
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Tabling Of Plant Breeders’ Rights Amendment Bill And Plant Improvement Amendment Bill In Parliament
Cabinet have, during their meeting of 10 December 2014 approved the tabling in Parliament of the Plant Breeders’ Rights Amendment Bill and Plant Improvement Amendment Bill.
South Africa
16 Jan 2015
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The BRCA1 Case: A Myriad Of Possibilities
The Australian Federal Court in D'Arcy v Myriad Genetics Inc. has unanimously upheld a previous Federal Court decision that isolated gene sequences are patentable.
Australia
9 Oct 2014
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Controversy Over Plant Breeders' Rights Bill In Ghana Continues
In addition, the Plant Breeders' Rights Bill was first published in 2013 to strong opposition by activist groups such as Food Sovereignty Ghana.
Ghana
9 Oct 2014
20
The Perils Of Culpable Misrepresentation
The recent case of Gallagher Group Ltd v IO Tech Manufacturing (5 August 2013, unreported) may well be one of the most important patent cases in recent times impacting on South African patent validity.
South Africa
15 Jul 2014
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