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Perchstone & Graeys
One of the many concerns of fashion law is protection of designs and marks of fashion brands. The interplay of IP rights amid economic principles that encourage fair competition often result in brand disputes among these designers.
Perchstone & Graeys
The fashion industry comprises a wide range of activities from the conception of a product to design to manufacture, as well as marketing and selling.
Perchstone & Graeys
The global obsession with footballers has created one of the great money spinners of the entertainment industry. In return for captivating audiences with their skills on the pitch,...
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
Following the lockdown order issued by the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Lagos, Abuja and Ogun States to combat the spread of COVID-19 pandemic
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
Trademarks Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Nigeria, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
TNP
Karekpen Limited (the "Client") instructed TNP, an accredited Trade Marks, Patent and Designs Agent to file its trade mark at the Trade Marks Registry (the "Registry"). TNP successfully filed the Client's trade mark...
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
This article aims to examine an uncommon form of security in these climes, an intangible but yet inestimable source of security – intellectual property (IP).
TNP
The green future is dependent on the world's ability to create sustainable alternatives to our existing pollutive way of life. Globally, innovation/ technology remains a key driving force in the quest...
Tunde & Adisa
Industrial Designs establish the language of a product as well as the corporate branding and identity of an enterprise.
Bam & Gad Solicitors
The growth and best benefits of E-commerce in Nigeria and International business law in Nigeria pertaining to specialized law of e-commerce, trading and cyber law are yet to be adequately provided for both statutorily, ...
Infusion Lawyers
Here's the thing—one of the most important aspect of your business is the intellectual property of your startup. Ignore it and pay dearly for it.
Adams & Adams
There are currently 6 WIPO External Offices worldwide. The first WIPO External Office in Africa was successfully opened less than a year ago in Algiers, Algeria and preparations for the opening...
AELEX
Counterfeiting and trademark infringement continue to pose serious challenges to innovation and industry, especially in the 21st century.
TNP
The protection of trade marks in Nigeria has been guaranteed since 1967. Ultimately, this protection guarantees the rights of the trademark owner against unauthorized use by a third party.
PwC Nigeria
Data has shown a strong correlation between strong intellectual property rights and economic development. Strong IP rights create an enabling environment for the innovation necessary for economic stimulation.
Fred-Young & Evans
Trademark is any word, phrase, logo or symbol used to distinguish goods and services offered by one undertaking from those offered by another.
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
Over the last three years, there has been a rapid rise in the number of Financial Technology ("Fintech") companies in Nigeria. Within the last three years the number of Fintech...
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
Unlike other intellectual property laws enacted in Nigeria, the Merchandise Marks Act[2] ("the Act") doesn't enjoy so much popularity.
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) are very valuable business assets which do not only contribute to the general profitability of a business but also leads to the advancement of the innovative and...
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
The internet has transformed the conventional way of trading, and businesses trade over the internet, either exclusively or in addition to having physical stores.
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