Unpacking the intricacies of sub-licences of intellectual property (IP), where the initial or main license is revoked or cancelled.
By Ilse du Plessis 25 Jun 2013 13:38
The North Gauteng High Court handed down an interesting trade mark judgement recently. This is interesting because it touched on the vexed issue of the relationship between intellectual property (IP) rights and competition law. And interesting because it did so within the context of another thorny issue, namely the extent to which a trade mark owner can prevent the use or registration of an identical or similar mark.
By Ilse du Plessis 29 Jan 2013 17:45
LONDON, UK / BERLIN, GERMANY / PARIS, FRANCE / BRASILIA, BRAZIL: The way in which we keep up with the news has changed greatly over the past decade. How many of us still buy a daily newspaper? Many of us opt to get our news from a variety of online sources.
By Ilse du Plessis 16 Jan 2013 06:29
No Logo is, of course, the name of Naomi Klein's best-selling book, a book in which she has a bit of a go at global brands. By all accounts, it's also the name of a new trend in branding.
By Ilse du Plessis 9 Nov 2012 05:03
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