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Angola
Inventa International
We have come a long way since the first draft on the new Angolan Industrial Property Act was presented.
Cape Verde
Inventa International
The majority of IP practitioners have had to adapt their routines to the current pandemic and create new working habits.
Ghana
Inventa International
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) defines the ‘green economy' as "the low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive economy".
Israel
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
This is a true story. A highly innovative Israeli component manufacturer in the mobility space had a big problem.
Mauritius
Inventa International
On 30 July 2019, the Mauritius Parliament approved and passed the Industrial Property Bill 2019, it was then published in the Government Gazette on 10 August 2019.
Mozambique
Inventa International
The African Regional Intellectual Property Organisation (ARIPO) was established in 1976 under the Lusaka Agreement.
Nigeria
Inventa International
Nigeria is the seventh most populated country in the world and Africa's largest economy, with a gross domestic product estimated at $508 billion.
AELEX
Multichoice Nigeria Limited ("Multichoice/the Appellant), which is a subscription management company, grants its service subscribers access to programming and content on Digital Satellite Television
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
Copyright is an exclusive right given to the creator of original contents.
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
The Nigerian Fashion Industry (NFI) has experienced tremendous growth since professional and focused practitioners entered and began to make their mark more than two decades ago.
TNP
The Nigerian Trademarks Registry has issued a new Online Trade Marks Journal.
Saudi Arabia
United Trademark & Patent Services
The Saudi Authority for Intellectual Property (SAIP) has blocked 231 websites as they have found that those are violating the intellectual property laws in Saudi Arabia.
South Africa
ENSafrica
In this article we will discuss an interesting piece entitled "A Shortage of Product Packaging During WWII Led to the Birth of Hermès' Famous Orange Color Mark"
ENSafrica
Recent reports in the publication World Trademark Review ("WTR") tell us what we probably could have anticipated.
Adams & Adams
Adams & Adams Partner and Chairman, Gérard du Plessis, represented the Liberty Group in the judgment they won in the Johannesburg High Court earlier this month against Discovery Vitality.
Adams & Adams
Manchester- based businessman Georgios Demetriou of Licence to Thrill Ltd ("the Applicant") recently applied to register the phrase...
Adams & Adams
The national lockdown, due to the worldwide COV19 pandemic, has had negative consequences on many businesses.
Adams & Adams
The Copyright Amendment Bill ("the CAB / the Bill") has caused much debate and controversy in the protection of Intellectual Property rights in South Africa.
United Arab Emirates
STA Law Firm
Software piracy or violation of a software license, is an illegal action that occurs due to unsanctioned use, distribution, exploitation and/or reproduction of copyrighted software.
Dennemeyer Group
Currently, due to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, many trademark owners experience sales decreases, and it is getting more important than ever not to fall prey to counterfeiters.
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