Intellectual Property

Article 10 of the Berne Convention and the Three Step Test (Part 5)

In my last post, I examined the interface between Article 10(1) of the Berne Convention and the Three Step Test. In this post, the last in this series, I will examine the interface between Article 10(2) of the Berne Convention and the Three Step Test. In this regard, I will be drawing on a forthcoming… Continue reading Article 10 of the Berne Convention and the Three Step Test (Part 5)

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Article 10 of the Berne Convention and the Three Step Test (Part 4)

In this post, I intend to examine the interface between Article 10(1) of the Berne Convention and Article 13 of the TRIPS Agreement. In this regard, I will be drawing extensively on a recent paper by Tanya Aplin and Lionel Bently titled, ‘Displacing the Dominance of the Three-Step Test: The Role of Global, Mandatory Fair… Continue reading Article 10 of the Berne Convention and the Three Step Test (Part 4)

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Nollywood’s Absurd Demand for a Constitutional Right to IP in Nigeria

It is no longer news that Nigeria is seeking to amend its copyright law. Nollywood, Nigeria’s popular film industry, however has some complaints with regard to the amendment of the Nigerian copyright law. According to an article dated 28 November 2015 and published in a Nigerian newspaper,¬†Vanguard,¬†Nollywood apparently has its own demands that it expects… Continue reading Nollywood’s Absurd Demand for a Constitutional Right to IP in Nigeria