What's in a name?

What's in a name?

The Appeal Court has had to deal with a lot of intellectual property (IP) of late. On 30 September the court handed down a judgment in an area considered by some to be the graveyard of IP – company name objections

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Submitted by : Toni Goncalves of Johannesburg on 2009-11-23 18:36:10
Is this not similar to Orange networks of the UK and Europe launching a blitzkrieg into South Africa against all and sundry with the word orange in their name?


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