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Bankrupt brands can't revoke trademark licenses, says SCOTUS

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that bankrupt trademark licensors cannot use federal bankruptcy law to rescind the rights of their trademark licensees to continue use of duly licensed...

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Connectivity, smart technologies, and consumer data

Consumers demand connectivity and smart features for a growing range of products – from appliances to toothbrushes and even apparel.

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The e-consumer in South Africa

The rapid developments in technology have left many electronic spaces unregulated, with lack of or minimal protection to the consumer. However, 2019 could see some new regulatory...

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An IP-tailored approach: Influencer promo guide

In our "Influencer promo guide: Best practices for drug and device firms," we offered a list of best practices for medical device and pharmaceutical companies interested in taking advantage ...

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With the statutory deadline approaching, FDA issues a proposed sunscreens rule

On 26 February, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published the proposed rule, "Sunscreen Drug Products for Over-the-Counter Human Use," which describes the conditions under which ...

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South Africa's green rush- "weeding" out the confusion

Following the recent landmark decision of the South African Constitutional Court, in which the private and personal use of cannabis was decriminalised, together with the publication of...

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Moving Beyond #Ad: Instagram Unveils New Tool for Disclosing Endorsements

Instagram recently rolled out a new feature to a select group of its users who use the social media platform for promotional purposes. This tool allows influential users to add a new...

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Damage Control: The Implementation of the EU Damages Directive in Belgium

Ivan Pico, Koen Darding, 'Damage Control: The Implementation of the EU Damages Directive in Belgium', Kluwer Competition Law Blog, July 11 2017, http://kluwercompetitionlawblog.com...

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Germany suggests ramping up regulation of Digital Platforms by establishing a “Digital Agency” with a robust antitrust mandate

Will Germany establish a “Digital Agency” to monitor compliance with competition law rules in digital markets? Will a German “Digital Antitrust Enforcer” become a...

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Building Blocs to Free Trade in Africa

A number of African countries have consolidated to create regional trade blocs. Each trade bloc has its own goals and objectives, but in essence they all aim to achieve economic prosperity...

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