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Apples and pears, beers and confusion

05 Mar 2019
BY Gaelyn Scott

Are the two trade marks confusingly similar? It’s the question that’s most commonly asked in trade mark law. The issue of confusion can arise in the context of registration: should the trade mark be registered in the face of the earlier trade mark?
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Cloud outsource directive and guidance note issued by the South African Reserve Bank

05 Mar 2019
BY Isaivan Naidoo

Cloud computing and offshoring of data is no longer a taboo among banks. It is becoming a necessity and is the current definitive trend.
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Eavesdropping: the privacy myth

05 Mar 2019
BY Wilmari Strachan AND Jessica Steele

The pervasiveness of the Internet of Things has spawned a recent fear that the devices are listening to the conversations of their users
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Expanding your data governance policies to accommodate drone data

05 Mar 2019

One of the primary functions of using drones is to capture, store and transmit data. While this kind of innovation is incredibly exciting, the legal and broader implications of using drones should not be underestimated.
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High Court overturns practice of appointment of arbitrators

05 Mar 2019
BY Phillip Karugaba

Every so often, a judgment is passed that upsets settled ways of doing business. When the hue and cry has hushed, upon closer and sober examination, it is often discovered that the old way of doing business was indeed wrong thus a new era is born.
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Precautionary suspension: do employees have the right to make representations?

26 Feb 2019
BY Sade Maitland

Must an employer give the employee a chance to make representations on why he or she should not to be suspended, prior to a decision being taken in this regard
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Undue delay in prosecuting review applications: a cautionary tale

26 Feb 2019
BY Lee Masuku

Delaying the prosecution of a review application can carry the risk of a court refusing to hear the application
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ENSafrica | Chambers 2019 results

26 Feb 2019

ENSafrica's latest results from the 2019 Chambers Global Guide
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Private equity in South Africa – changes for growth?

22 May 2018
BY Cheván Daniels AND Sage Kruger

Investors globally are constantly searching for growth investments and in South Africa, changing political conditions have sparked a renewed optimism in this area. 
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