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The dominant feature test: not so Lucky after all

By Hugo Prinsloo

Recent decisions involving the application of established trademark principles in infringement and opposition proceedings in South Africa are proving a cause of some concern

Over the last several years, trademark practitioners in South Africa have been finding it increasingly difficult to gauge how the courts will deal with what they consider to be well-established legal principles in trademark infringement and opposition proceedings.

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