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Tobacco branding: it’s finally becoming plain

South Africa - September 18 2018 The South African government is determined to ensure that in the country, as in a number of other countries, tobacco products are sold with little or...


Brands and finance

South Africa - July 9 2018 The release of Brand Finance South Africa 50 2018, a report on South Africa's top brands (many of which are advised by ENSafrica's IP team), gives all...


The Peppadew case: similar or confusing?

South Africa - May 29 2018 We wrote about the Peppadew trade mark case back in 2017. At that stage, a three-judge court had handed down an appeal judgment in a trade mark...


Offensive trade marks vs free speech

USA, United Kingdom, European Union - March 9 2018 The issue of offensive trade marks rumbles on. In 2017, the landmark US decision in Matal v Tam came after the founder of an Asian-American rock...


A Clearvu on endorsements

South Africa - February 12 2018 Every now and then, a dispute comes along that adds an extraordinary amount to the law. One such dispute is the Clearvu trade mark case. We have...