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What You Should Know About Copyright As An Author Or Creator
The Copyright Act does not require registration in order to acquire copyright in respect of a particular work. Instead copyright subsists automatically once a work has been completed ...
South Africa
14 Aug 2018
2
Spring Clean Your IP Portfolio
In many companies it is common for business plans to evolve over time, however, what is often forgotten is their overriding intellectual property (IP) strategy ...
South Africa
14 Aug 2018
3
Woolworths Manages To Sweet Talk Its Way Out Of An ASA Consumer Complaint
In the recent matter between Woolworths Holdings Limited ("Woolworths") and Mrs. Sally Baikie ("the Complainant"), the Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa ("ASA")...
South Africa
14 Aug 2018
4
Roger Federer Still Able To Surprise After All These Years
Tennis fans flock to courtsides and televisions to watch Swiss tennis sensation Roger Federer and instantly recognize the iconic RF Logo that has become synonymous with the man.
South Africa
14 Aug 2018
5
Data Breaches: What Is Required?
South Africa has experienced no fewer than four significant data breaches involving consumer's personal information held by businesses, in the preceding ten months alone.
South Africa
14 Aug 2018
6
Junk Science And Disclosure
One of the interesting aspects of patents is the degree to which countries have harmonised their laws.
South Africa
14 Aug 2018
7
The Gas To Power Africa Congress
South Africa's economy has stagnated and, for our economy to grow and attract significant infrastructure investments, there needs to be policy certainty, especially with regard to energy policy.
South Africa
9 Aug 2018
8
Africa Organisation For The Harmonisation Of Business Law In Africa (OHADA)
The Government of the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire sought to clarify whether OHADA Member States (Member States) retain the powers ...
South Africa
8 Aug 2018
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South Africa Is A Step Closer To Plain Packaging Tobacco Products
Last year the WTO upheld legislation in Australia, which severely restricted the advertisement of tobacco products, on the ground that the legislation qualified as a legitimate public health measure.
South Africa
3 Aug 2018
10
Further Proposed Changes To The Generic B-BBEE Codes
Please contact our B-BBEE practice group if you require any assistance with your B-BBEE requirements or compliance, or if you wish to submit any comments to the proposed amendments to the Revised B-BBEE Codes.
South Africa
2 Aug 2018
11
ENSafrica Competition Focus
In addition to national competition regulators, Africa features a number regional bodies that have competition regulations.
South Africa
2 Aug 2018
12
Collateral Arrangements Under The STT Act – Emerging Pitfalls
Hopefully with time market practice and interaction with regulators will clarify the above points.
South Africa
2 Aug 2018
13
The OECD Releases Discussion Draft On Financial Transactions
The OECD invites interested parties to submit any comments on this discussion draft by 7 September 2018.
South Africa
2 Aug 2018
14
The New School Approach To Old School Labour Court Cost Orders
In litigation outside the confines of the Labour Court, the general principle is that costs follow the result.
South Africa
2 Aug 2018
15
Standing Up To The Majority
Extensions in terms of section 23(1)(d) are subject to this requirement.
South Africa
2 Aug 2018
16
South African Constitutional Court Ruling: What Does It Mean For Employees Of Temporary Employment Services?
It creates the impression that, for all intents and purposes, the assignee becomes an employee of the client.
South Africa
2 Aug 2018
17
Observations On The Revised South African Competition Bill
The role of public interest considerations in the context of the merger control regime is elevated under the Revised Competition Bill.
South Africa
2 Aug 2018
18
Governance In South Africa
South Africa is a highly regulated society and compliance with the myriad of laws can be daunting for any business.
South Africa
1 Aug 2018
19
Mining Commission Calls For Mining Licence Holders To Submit Local Content Compliance Plan
The Mining Commission issued a public notice on 17 July 2018, calling for mining licence holders to submit their local content plans to the Mining Commission.
South Africa
1 Aug 2018
20
Loan Funding To Offshore Trusts: The Interaction Of Applicable Tax Anti-Avoidance Measures
South African tax resident individuals may consider, whether for estate planning purposes or otherwise, to advance funds to offshore trusts for investment abroad.
South Africa
1 Aug 2018
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