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Here's the thing—one of the most important aspect of your business is the intellectual property of your startup. Ignore it and pay dearly for it.
Solola & Akpana
Technology has in the last decade impacted significantly on Intellectual Property rights especially across the various social media platforms available today.
AELEX
Counterfeiting and trademark infringement continue to pose serious challenges to innovation and industry, especially in the 21st century.
TNP
The protection of trade marks in Nigeria has been guaranteed since 1967. Ultimately, this protection guarantees the rights of the trademark owner against unauthorized use by a third party.
Banwo & Ighodalo
Section 31(1) of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (Establishment) Act, 2007 (the "FIRS Act") empowers the Federal Inland Revenue Service ("FIRS" or the "Service")...
Fred-Young & Evans
Trademark is any word, phrase, logo or symbol used to distinguish goods and services offered by one undertaking from those offered by another.
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
The Nigerian Patents & Designs Act provides that "any combination of lines and/or colours and three-dimensional form whether or not associated with colours is an industrial design.
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
Over the last three years, there has been a rapid rise in the number of Financial Technology ("Fintech") companies in Nigeria. Within the last three years the number of Fintech...
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
Copyright confers on the creator of a work of authorship an exclusive right to use and control the use of a protected material.
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
Unlike other intellectual property laws enacted in Nigeria, the Merchandise Marks Act[2] ("the Act") doesn't enjoy so much popularity.
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) are very valuable business assets which do not only contribute to the general profitability of a business but also leads to the advancement of the innovative and...
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
The internet has transformed the conventional way of trading, and businesses trade over the internet, either exclusively or in addition to having physical stores.
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
The Licensing Regulations 2019[2] ("the Regulation") was made by the Nigerian Communications Commission ("the Commission") effective from 11th January 201.
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
Simply put, a domain name is a unique internet address which helps internet users to locate or access a particular website.
Famsville Solicitors
The law, practice and procedure for the registration and regulation of trademark in Nigeria are governed by the Trade Marks Act, Chapter T13, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004, and the Merchandise Marks Act Chapter M10 Laws ...
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
As a part of the reformation of the copyright system in Nigeria which commenced in November 2012, the Nigerian Copyright Commission ("NCC")
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
A Copyright is a legal protection granted to creators or originators of creative expressions, whether Literary, Musical, Artistic or Cinematographic
AELEX
Image rights are beginning to gain prominence with numerous instances of their exploitations and infringements.
Banwo & Ighodalo
The fitness and wellness industry has rapidly evolved over the years, as such the industry is no longer restricted to the traditional varieties of sporting equipment.
Famsville Solicitors
This article contains the criteria for patenting an invention, process of registration and the agency responsible for granting patent rights in Nigeria.
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