Special Guest Contributor Liz Lenjo, Managing Consultant of MyIP Legal Studio weighs in on IP implications in the fashion industry and the increasingly blurred line between ‘inspiration’ and ‘exploitation’ Liz Lenjo is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya. She specializes in Intellectual Property, Entertainment, Media and Fashion Law. Considered among the pioneers in
Cameroon is the latest African nation to join the Marrakesh treaty following the ratification of the treaty on October 5,2021. The WIPO-administered Marrakesh Treaty, adopted on June 27, 2013, and entered into force on September 30, 2016, makes the production and international transfer of specially-adapted books for people with blindness or visual impairments easier. It
Art sales in Africa are on the rise. The past year and half has seen Sotheby’s recently concluded Modern & Contemporary African Art auction net $3.7 million, exceeding the lower end of its pre-sale estimate by over 40%. This uptrend is the direct result of online-only sales necessitated by the onset of the global pandemic.
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