By Rachel Sikwane
There's a lot of interesting copyright in the recent South African judgment of South African Broadcasting Corporation v Via Vollenhoven & Appollis Independent CC and others.
By Mwanaidi Maajar
, Nancy Tarimo
In practice, the annual return is prepared soon after the annual general meeting at which the accounts are presented.
By Ilse Du Plessis
The 2017 edition of the annual Brand Finance Global 500 report on the world's most valuable brands was recently released.
By Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy
, Ferosa-Fae Hassan
Issues of copyright infringement, particularly within the Hollywood and Bollywood context, have found their way to the court room.
By Magda Snyckers
, Leigh Sedice
The 2017 South African Budget Review, published on 22 February 2017, contained several statements that may be of interest to pension funds, their investment managers and administrators.
By Stephen Levetan
, James Brand
Establishing a right to use water is one matter, but establishing precisely how much water one is entitled to is another.
By Rachel Sikwane
The 2017 South African budget review was published on 22 February 2017, and made several comments that will have an impact on cross-border IP transactions.
By Peter Le Roux
, Fritz Malan
The Chamber successfully interdicted the strike on the basis that AMCU was bound by the collective agreement.
By Chavern Ismail
In addition to registering their trade marks with the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission ("CIPC"), brand owners should ensure that their trade marks are protected online.
By Gaelyn Scott
A recent US case involving the "two Kylies" shows just how important trade marks are for celebrities.
By Vanessa van Coppenhagen
, Shivani Naidoo
On 1 November 2016, the South African King IV Report on Corporate Governance ("King IV") was published by the Institute of Directors in Southern Africa.
By Camille Desvaux De Marigny
Any other information held with the registrar will only be available for inspection by a partner or an officer of the LLP or the FSC.
By Tanith Robertson
A recent South African court decision neatly summarises some of the major issues that need to be considered when comparing trade marks in South Africa.
By Rowen Forster
This judgment will therefore be very useful for laymen and non-IP specialists.
By Ntebaleng Sekabate
These strategies fall into three broad categories, being spouse transfer, investment and estate freezing.