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When your trade mark doesn’t feel quite right, and when it absolutely does

intellectual property (IP)

05 Oct 2020
BY Liézal Mostert

Two trade mark stories for the price of one. Something a Scotsman would be happy with!
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COVID-19: Is it sparking IP interest?

intellectual property (IP)

05 Oct 2020
BY Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy

Apparently, a number of major jurisdictions’ trade mark filings have been up this year. This is, of course, counter-intuitive, given that so many business-related figures are down.
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Dinner at Somizi’s: a grab-and-go?

intellectual property (IP)

05 Oct 2020
BY André J Maré

“Dinner at Somizi’s” is the story that’s gripped the nation with all the elements of a classic drama: celebrity, intrigue, double crossing and that vital cog for any narrative – intellectual property law.
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Breaking news: the queen monitors trade mark filings

intellectual property (IP)

05 Oct 2020
BY Gaelyn Scott

The UK Registry recently upheld a trade mark opposition filed by Queen Elizabeth II.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 372 | 04 Oct 2020

issue 372
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Government Gazette

02 Oct 2020

Government Gazette
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South Africa : Consolidated Directions on Occupational Health and Safety Measures in certain Workplaces (for industries outside mining)

mine and occupational health and safety

02 Oct 2020

On Thursday, 01 October 2020, the Minister of Employment and Labour issued the Consolidated COVID-19 Directions. The Consolidated COVID-19 Directions replaces the COVID-19 Direction on Health and Safety in the Workplace issued on 4 June 2020.
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The POPIA identity crisis: responsible party or operator?

data privacy and protection

29 Sep 2020
BY Era Gunning AND Nicole Gabryk

Confusion often arises between parties as to whether they act as a responsible party or as an operator.
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tax in brief | issue 51

29 Sep 2020

tax in brief | issue 51
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 371 | 27 Sep 2020

issue 371
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Consider doing a data protection impact assessment before migrating to the cloud

data privacy and protection

22 Sep 2020
BY Isaivan Naidoo , Rakhee Dullabh AND Lucinda Botes

It is imperative that organisations consider the privacy implications before migrating into the cloud.
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Three wins for ENSafrica at the 2020 African Legal Awards

21 Sep 2020

We are honoured to announced that we received three accolades at the prestigious 2020 African Legal Awards, the results of which were announced on 17 September 2020.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 370 | 20 Sep 2020

issue 370
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Key features of Uganda’s National Payment Systems Act

banking and finance

15 Sep 2020
BY Donald Nyakairu AND Tracy Kakongi

The National Payment Systems Act, 2020 (“NPS Act”) was passed by parliament on 29 July 2020 but to date, has not been gazetted.
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Could the defence of limitation have saved St Peter’s Church from demolition?

real estate / property

15 Sep 2020
BY Phillip Karugaba

In the evening of Sunday, 16 August 2020, St Peter’s Church in Kampala was demolished, the result of a previous land conflict.
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