The Spoor and Fisher Way
Biodiversity and traditional knowledge are of particular interest to Spoor & Fisher patent specialist Tertia Beharie – and on 26 July 2016 she participated in a Classic FM panel discussion focusing on “The Protection, Promotion, Development and Management of Indigenous Knowledge Systems Bill”. Amongst other matters, Tertia outlined the definition of indigenous knowledge in the context of the Bill, and the significance of indigenous cultural expression as a form of IP. She also mentioned the implications of amendments to the Patents Act with regard to indigenous knowledge systems.
- What is a trade mark?
- What is the purpose of a trade mark?
- Spoor & Fisher and trade marks
- Different types of trade marks
- Registering a trade mark In South Africa
- Protecting your trade mark
- How to defend a trade mark
- Trade marks in business
- Exploiting a trade mark
- Registering a business name as a trade mark
- Protecting your intellectual property in technology
- What is a patent?
- Patent protection conditions
- What is a registered design?
- Spoor & Fisher and intellectual property
- The Copyright Act and digital content and the IP implications of streaming
- IP rights in the digital domain and the implications of the recent Moneyweb case
- Implications and challenges of protecting indigenous knowledge systems in SA
- What makes Spoor & Fisher a leading IP law practice in Africa?
- Common mistakes entrepreneurs make regarding IP
- .Africa top level domain name
- Innovation in South Africa
- The spread of counterfeit goods eased through social media
- Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property on Classic Business
- Licensing Patents in the Manufacturing and Science industry
- Licensing Patents in the Manufacturing and Science industry revisited