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Karin Malherbe

Karin Malherbe is a Senior Associate and Head of Intellectual Property at ENSafrica in Namibia. She specialises in trademark, copyright and other intellectual property matters. She h…
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intelligENS

EXPERTISE ENSafrica | intelligENS is a specialist division within Africa’s largest law firm. We are able to conduct sophisticated analyses of large volumes of information with cutting-edge digital syste…
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data privacy and protection

EXPERTISE In the age of (big) data being prevalent in virtually every business and most individuals’ day-to-day activities, ENSafrica’s data privacy and protection team are market leaders with…
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Kaanit Abarder

Kaanit Abarder is an Executive at ENSafrica in the Dispute Resolution department. He specialises in contractual disputes, corporate disputes (in particular, shareholder disputes and …
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Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy

Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy is an Executive in ENSafrica’ Intellectual Property (“IP”) department. She specialises in trade mark matters both local and foreign, inc…
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Awards

30 Jul 2020    awards one of the preeminent firms in Africa with offices across the continent...it is one of the few to boast a truly cohesive pan-African offering IFLR1000 Financial and Corpor…
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technology, media and telecommunications (TMT)

EXPERTISE In a world where every business is technological, digital and data-driven, ENSafrica is able to provide you with a complete, quality solution to your TMT legal requirements. Our dedicated TMT team h…
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South Africa: New amendments to the coronavirus (COVID-19) TERS Directive clarify who can apply for relief benefits and how

09 Apr 2020
BY Lauren Salt
Where do things now stand after the amendments? We discuss some of the key takeaways for employers.
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Can you hear the sound of…a drink can being opened?

IP | 06 Apr 2020
BY Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy
If you have any interest in trade marks, you will know that trade marks can take many forms. Although most trade marks are words or logos, trade marks can be all sorts of things…
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Reining in the Polo trade mark

IP | 04 Feb 2020
BY Liézal Mostert
A recent South African trade mark judgment, Stable Brands (Pty) Ltd v LA Group (Pty) Ltd and The Registrar of Trade Marks, highlights an interesting thing
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The experience economy: Stranger Things have happened

IP | 05 Nov 2019
BY Rowan Forster
An article that appeared in the Harvard Business Review recently, When fandom clashes with IP law (Madhavi Sunder), highlights some very interesting intellectual property (IP) issues.
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Trade marks: if there’s no room at the inn, isn’t it time for a different approach?

IP | 26 Sep 2019
BY Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy
Brand owners know it. Brand creation firms know it. Trade mark professionals know it. So isn’t it time we started talking about it? Better still, started doing something about it?
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Porsche 911…something a bit different please!

IP | 02 Jul 2019
BY Dr. Joanne van Harmelen
Fame and familiarity can create their own problems when it comes to issues of intellectual property.
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Eavesdropping: the privacy myth

technology, media and telecommunications | 05 Mar 2019
BY Wilmari Strachan
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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Valentine’s Day: not a great deal of romance

IP | 05 Mar 2019
BY Gerard du Toit
Valentine’s Day has come and gone, but from a trade mark point of view, it’s been anything but romantic. As the following stories indicate, the world of trade marks has done little to set hearts aflu…
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