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Copyright, but not as we once knew it

IP | 04 Oct 2021
BY Gaelyn Scott
In this article we discuss two unusual copyright issues, that IP lawyers would never have had to consider a few years back.
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Ronaldo and Messi - increasing the brand values of their new clubs

IP | 04 Oct 2021
BY Rowan Forster
Football players are brands, often very valuable brands. Football clubs are brands too, and they’re also often very valuable
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Easygroup v Easyway…Easy decision

IP | 04 Oct 2021
BY Liézal Mostert
Every business has a website. A website that sets out what goods or services are being offered. A website that features the trade mark of the business.
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Embarrassing fathers…even celebrities have them

IP | 04 Oct 2021
BY Vianca McCall
We all have our fair share of embarrassing moments, even Rihanna, the wealthiest female musician in world, has had to weather the embarrassment of several legal battles with her father.
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Africa Tax in Brief

28 Sep 2021
BY Celia Becker
On 26 August 2021, Burundi became the 38th country to deposit its instrument of ratification for the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement
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Be afraid of shadow IT, be very afraid

14 Sep 2021
BY Ridwaan Boda
Research for this article triggered childhood memories of the epic cult series the Twilight Zone
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Africa regulatory ENSight

Africa regulatory ENSight | 01 Sep 2021
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issue 8 of 2021
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Africa Tax in Brief

30 Aug 2021
BY Celia Becker
Release on the implications of Finance Act 2021 on Digital Service Tax published
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Employers cannot “buy their way out” of retrenchment procedures

24 Aug 2021
BY Tshegofatso Malope
The one purpose of the LRA is to give effect to employees’ constitutional right to fair labour practices.
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Navigating Financial crime risks in Uganda

17 Aug 2021
BY Steven Powell
Uganda is on the FATF List of Countries that have been identified as having strategic AML deficiencies
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Patents: inventors can be inhuman

IP | 10 Aug 2021
BY Hugo Biermann
“We are both created and create. Why cannot our own creations also create?”
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In for the long haul? Managing employees who suffer from long COVID

employment | 10 Aug 2021
BY Pareen Rogers, Naa’ilah Abader
Among the other challenges facing employers in the COVID-19 pandemic is the increasing prevalence of “long COVID”.
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Africa regulatory ENSight

Africa regulatory ENSight | 04 Aug 2021
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issue 7 of 2021
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When can the Labour Court make a settlement agreement an order of court?

employment | 03 Aug 2021
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To avoid a complicated and lengthy disciplinary proceeding, employers might consider a mutual separation agreement, to terminate an employee’s employment and pay them a sum of money.
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Champagne: is Russia really Putin the boot in?

30 Jul 2021
BY André J Maré
A comment posted on social media last week in South Africa said, “It is only a Coup when it originates from the Coup d'état region in France.
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