South African Intellectual Property Law Journal

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  • Soft Cover
  • 23094532
  • Annual Periodical
  • Over 180 Pages/Annum


Tong, L ; Ncube , C

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About this Publication:

The South African Intellectual Property Law Journal (IPLJ) strives to be the journal of choice for academics, practitioners and students of IP law. The IPLJ includes articles on recent developments in legislation, policy and case law keep IP practitioners at the forefront of the law.

Contents Include:

Volume 2 - 2014 issue:

  • Opinion
    • Tweaking patent law: patent law policy and pharmaceutical patents - L T C Harms
  • Articles
    • Justifications for copyright: the economic justification - S Karjiker
    • A critical examination of copyright limitations and exceptions for the visually impaired pertaining to literary works in South Africa in the local and global context  - J Kouletakis
    • Comments on the Marrakesh Treaty: considering South African copyright law and policy - B van Wiele
    • The silent debate: ownership of copyright in literary works within universities  - K Masanzu
    • Reciprocal extension of copyright and national treatment: Microsoft Corporation v Franike Associates Ltd - I A Olubiyi
    • The integration of trade mark laws in the European Union: lessons for Africa? - Y Mupangavanhu
    • The ‘re-localisation’ of generic geographical names - T Rengecas
    • The tax deductibility of the costs of clinical trials in South Africa in terms of section 11D of the Income Tax Act, 58 of 1962, as amended - T Doubell and C Broodryk

Of Interest and Benefit to:

  • Intellectual property law practitioners
  • Academics
  • Attorneys

Key Benefits:

  • Analysis of intellectual property law cases, policy and legislation
  • Notes on key cases arising before our courts