Tuesday, 6 January 2015

South African Intellectual Property Law Journal (2014) now out

The second volume of the SA Intellectual Property Law Journal, published by Juta Law and edited by Lee-Ann Tong & Caroline Ncube is now available.

Juta Law is a RoMEO white publisher and the full length articles are not immediately available online to non-subscribers. Some articles will be available after June 2015 via institutional repositories affiliated with the authors, where they are available.

For more information:
See here for Juta Law's copyright  & self-archiving policies
See here for purchase and subscription
Relevant Institutional Repositories: UCT, Stellenbosch University, University of Pretoria, University of the Western Cape





Contents Page

OPINION

Tweaking patent law: patent law policy and pharmaceutical patents by  LTC Harms (University of Pretoria)

ARTICLES

Justifications for copyright: the economic justification
by Sadulla Karjiker (Stellenbosch University)

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
by Jade Kouletakis (UCT)

Comments on the Marrakesh Treaty: Considering South African copyright law and policy
by Bram van Wiele (UCT)

The silent debate: ownership of copyright in literary works within universities
by Kundayi Masanzu (Academic and Non-Fiction Authors' Association of South Africa)

Reciprocal extension of copyright and national treatment: Microsoft Corporation v Franike Associates Ltd
by Ifeoluwa Ayokunle Olubiyi (Afe Babalola University)

The integration of trade mark laws in the European Union: lessons for Africa?
by Yeukai Mupangavanhu (University of the Western Cape)

The ‘re-localisation’ of generic geographical names
by Tracy Rengecas (University of Pretoria) 

The tax deductibility of the costs of clinical trials in South Africa in terms of section 11d of the Income Tax Act, no. 58 of 1962, as amended
by Theo Doubell and Christine Broodryk (Bouwers Incorporated) 

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