n Without Prejudice - In racemes veritas : intellectual property

Volume 14, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1681-178X


While trade mark infringement cases are not unusual, there are few decisions in which the central issue, which required determination was whether the respective goods involved were so similar that it would gave rise to a likelihood of deception or confusion. It is for this reason that the decision in ([2013] ZASCA 152) deserves consideration.

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