Copyright in the Digital Age

This article appeared in the recent issue of Brainstorm Magazine and features Stephen Hollis

Gupta-vloek eis Software-direkteur

Weekend Newspaper story regarding Software AG in relation to the #GuptaLeaks.

Repudiation and the repentance principle

Primat Construction CC v Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality 2017 (5) SA 420 (SCA).

Cooperation vs Competition in IPR

Ahead of the Nordic IPR 2018 event, Legal IQ spoke exclusively to Peter Ericsson Nestler, Director of IPR Defensive Strategies, Ericsson about why organisations are choosing to adopt more open development strategies, as well as the best mechanisms for cooperation around IPRs, and benefits and drawbacks of open innovation

Dokter skik met 2de pasient

‘n Tweede pasiĆ«nt het ‘n vertroulike skikking met dr. Russell P. Raath, die Pretoriase narkotiseuren pynbestuurspraktisyn, bereik.

Copyright Amendment Bill

Supplied pdf copy of the Copyright Amendment Bill, as introduced in the National Assembly (proposed section 75); explanatory summary of Bill published in Government Gazette No. 40121 of 5 July 2016.

Reconsidering final judgments

It is widely accepted that there is no such thing as a perfect justice system. Court decisions are not entirely faultless, just as judges are not infallible. For this reason, the law has put procedural filtering mechanisms in place.