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Not much romance in trade

intellectual property (IP)

08 Apr 2019
BY Gerard du Toit

From counterfeits to banality, it pays to be serious about products.
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What the right to disconnect means in SA

employment

08 Apr 2019
BY Lauren Salt AND Siphile Hlwatika

The responsibility to deal with work-related calls and emails after hours should be stated formally.
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Profit or capital nature of sales decides tax rate

tax

08 Apr 2019
BY Peter Dachs

One of the most fundamental questions in SA tax law is whether the receipt from disposal of an asset is capital or revenue in nature.
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Africa regulatory ENSight

Africa regulatory and business intelligence

03 Apr 2019
BY Celia Becker

2019 | 4
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tax revenews | issue 23

tax

02 Apr 2019

tax revenews | issue 23
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Soul destroying – perhaps not!

intellectual property (IP)

02 Apr 2019
BY Ilse du Plessis

Chicken Licken defends its Soul trade mark.
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Liézal Mostert joins ENSafrica's IP department

intellectual property (IP)

02 Apr 2019

ENSafrica is delighted to welcome Liézal Mostert, who joins the IP department as a senior associate.
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Amazon: lessons from the world’s biggest brand

intellectual property (IP)

02 Apr 2019

Brand owners will undoubtedly welcome any efforts made by the world’s largest retailer to tackle the scourge of counterfeiting.
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Chips – a hot topic in South Africa

intellectual property (IP)

02 Apr 2019
BY Gaelyn Scott

A recent ruling of the ARB on adverts for McCain chips gives an interesting insight into the new adverting regulatory regime.
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Parody and abuse

intellectual property (IP)

02 Apr 2019
BY Gaelyn Scott AND Liézal Mostert

A long-running legal dispute in the USA involving the brand Louis Vuitton is interesting. Not only does it deal with parody as a defence to trade mark infringement, but it also deals with trade mark bullying.
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Africa Business In Brief

Africa regulatory and business intelligence

31 Mar 2019

issue 298
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GTDT: Arbitration

dispute resolution

28 Mar 2019
BY Kirsty Simpson AND Megan Rossouw

South Africa | 2019
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Uganda passes new Investment Code

Africa regulatory and business intelligence

26 Mar 2019
BY Phillip Karugaba

Uganda has enacted the Investment Code Act, 2019. The previous Code was enacted in 1991 and was long overdue for amendment given the changes in approach to attracting investment and the glaring weaknesses in the old Code.
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Africa Business In Brief

Africa regulatory and business intelligence

25 Mar 2019

issue 297
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The Labour and Employment Disputes Review

employment

20 Mar 2019
BY Peter le Roux AND Ross Alcock

2nd Ed | South Africa
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