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Q4 | 2021

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Articles

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Donald Trump: still managing to keep IP in the headlines

USA - May 3 2022 “Now in the street there is violence And, and a lots of work to be done No place to hang out our washing And, and I can't blame all on the sun” These…

Kenya: Recordal of Intellectual Property rights for anti-counterfeit purposes to be implemented soon

Kenya - May 3 2022 In 2008, the assent of the Anti-Counterfeit Act by the then president, the late Mwai Kibaki, put counterfeiters on notice that there was a new…

Dennis Gathara

Recent changes to the trade mark registration processes of ARIPO and OAPI

Africa - February 1 2022 There are two regional trade mark registrations systems in Africa that allow applicants to file applications via central registration offices…

Vianca McCall

The Metaverse

United Kingdom, USA - December 7 2021 At its most simplistic level, the metaverse is the convergence of physical, digital and augmented reality.

New implications regarding IP rights on imported goods in Kenya

Kenya - September 6 2021 With recent changes to legislation, importers are urged to ensure that their intellectual property (“IP”) rights are correctly registered under the…

Mahesh Acharya, Katie Hardy