“I can’t breathe”– The ethics and feasibility of trade mark registrations in the context of South Africa
18 December 2020
It goes without saying that the statement “I CAN’T BREATHE” stirs up an uproar of emotions worldwide. These words, known far and wide, stand to represent the horrors and depths of systemic racism in the world today.
“Add to cart”: Doing business in a COVID-19 world part 4 – Concluding contracts online
10 November 2020
2020 has seen the like of MS Teams, Zoom, Google Meet and WhatsApp becoming the new norm when doing business in a COVID-19 world and with many companies opting to continue having their employees work from home, the new norm is set to continue well
“If a man (or woman) invents a new article and protects it by a patent, then during the term of the patent, they will of course have a legal monopoly, but when the patent expires all the world may make the article, and if
Sun Tzu, in his renowned work “Art of War” said, that “[t]o fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence; supreme excellence consists in breaking down the enemy’s resistance without fighting.”