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Lifetime Achievement Award: Frederick Mostert

As a law student, I happened to read the KODAK bicycle case [Eastman Photographic Materials v Kodak Cycle (1898) 15 RPC 105], in which the judge protected a famous mark on non-competing goods. It was a quirky case which whet my appetite for IP. I then read articles by jurists Dan Bereskin and Christopher Morcom on the same subject and was hooked.

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