Intellectual property law and practice in Tanzania is governed by complementary statutes, supported by the Common Law, and based on internationally accepted principles.
The multi-disciplinary nature of The Ink Law Chambers and a recent international demand on strict adherence to it, has led to the firm undertaking extensive work in intellectual property law.
The firm offers a broad-based service in this area, including:
Advice on the acquisition, registration and protection of intellectual property;
Business and Corporate names;
Licensing and technical agreements;
Advice on all related aspects of taxation;
Restrictive trade practices;
Advice on the application of trade and marketing laws.
Updating clients on developments in environmental law;
Environment Management assessment.