Jeremy de Beer


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Q3| 2022

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South Africa: copyright and the rights of blind people

South Africa - November 1 2022 You may have seen news items discussing a South African copyright case that deals with blind people's rights to access books. It's perhaps not that…

IP: Threats, theft and ignorance

South Africa, United Kingdom - October 4 2022 In this article, I look at three IP-related matters that have come up recently. Threats - breach of confidence / private information There's been an…

Copyright: a miscellany

South Africa - September 6 2022 There's been plenty of copyright stories in the news lately, revealing some very interesting issues, one of which is just how much ignorance there…

South Africa: a clear view on disclaimers

South Africa - August 2 2022 The South African Supreme Court of Appeal (“SCA”) recently handed down its judgment in the trade mark case of Cochrane Steel Products v Jumalu…

Advertising Regulatory Board: a major development

South Africa, United Kingdom - May 3 2022 On 12 April 2022, The South African Supreme Court of Appeal ("SCA") ruled that the Advertising Regulatory Board ("ARB") is entitled to consider and…