National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), arrested two suspects, who allegedly specialise in counterfeiting various cosmetics and food products, as well as distribution and sale of fake Derica tomato paste. Addressing newsmen, the Head of Investigation and Enforcement Directorate, Kingsley Ejiofor, who represented the DG, said, following intelligence report on the production of counterfeit cosmetic products in unauthorised premises, surveillance was mounted by the officials of the Investigation and Enforcement Directorate of the Agency at 4, Fakanbi Street Egbeda, Lagos, which led to the arrest of Mr. Ebenezer (surname withheld) in his illegal factory located right inside his residential apartment.
The Indian Department of Commerce has published a 1,000 word riposte to the drug quality furore sparked by the Ranbaxy scandal. In the statement, the Indian government defends its record on drug quality and regulation, […]
July 3, 2016 – Liberia’s House of Represenatatives recently approved a new Intellectual Property law termed Liberia Intellectual Property Act. The Act which was unanimously passed on June 14, 2016 aims to prevent counterfeiting and also […]
Ohio State University (OSU) has won a trademark battle against Lamp Apparel, a T-shirt clothing retailer founded by former Buckeyes basketball player, Brandon Fuss-Cheatham. Brando, who played for Ohio State from 2001 through 2005, opened […]