The Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa
This contribution entails an analysis of the development of a standard material transfer agreement presently being negotiated under the International Treaty for Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture. In...
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Intellectual Property Rights Law and Innovation in Uganda: The Need for a Coherent Policy Framework
Abstract Innovation has been recognised as a major source of modern productivity and constitutes a central process of economic development and in the case of developing countries, poverty reduction. However,...
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Let’s not ignore danger of fossil fuels
It is Franz Fanon who said “Each generation must out of relative obscurity discover its mission, fulfill it or betray it.” Fossil fuels entail coal, oil and gas and natural...
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KTA consolidates its Intellectual Property, Technology, Media, Telecommunications & Dispute Resolution Practice
Ugandan Law Firm KTA Advocates (Karuhanga, Tabaro & Associates) has consolidated its niche as the go to IP firm in the region by welcoming Kenneth Muhangi as Partner in its technology, media,...
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Transforming Uganda’s Land Registries with the use of Blockchain Technology
Blockchain has been adopted by countries looking to attract external investment by making property ownership more reliable and secure. Uganda has a unique land tenure system, each land tenure type...
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These two law firms are at the forefront of technology in Uganda
A robust technology and startup ecosystem is a product of an intersection of various players. Technology in Uganda is experiencing the same. Various players are coming together to build it one...
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Lawyers: Aide’s Plea Doesn’t Infer Guilt on Kabafunzaki
The State Minister for Labor, advice Employment and Industrial relations, physician Herbert Kabafunzaki has expressed relief after being released today on bail by the Anti-corruption Court. The Minister is was Tuesday charged with two counts of corruption contrary to Section...
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