NLIPW Trademarks Digests Volume 3 No. 10

The Impact of COVID-19 on Intellectual Property in Nigeria

Trademarks Vol. 3. No. 10

1. The Upshot of COVID-19 on Intellectual Property Matters by Chidiogo Molokwu

2. Compulsory Licensing of Patents as a Palliative to COVID-19 Pandemic by Sandra Eke

3. Trademark Registry Safety Measures in Wake of Covid-19 by Ufuoma Akpotaire

4 . COVID-19 Pandemic and the Data Privacy Implications by Francis Ololuo

5. Possible Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on IP Protection in Nigeria by Bisola Scott

6. COVID-19 and the Rebirth of Compulsory Licensing: An Examination of the Right to Health Care by Emaediong Ofonime Akpan and Chinonyerem Ini Ememobong


NLIPW is devoted to promoting awareness about intellectual property rights and deepening discussions on the problem of counterfeiting in Sub-Saharan Africa. To achieve its core objectives, NLIPW is constantly engaged in research to make information readily available to the public in order to prevent infringement of patents, copyrights and trademarks. NLIPW also tracks the activities of regulatory institutions and other organizations that are geared towards promoting public health and safety, and deterring product counterfeiting in various jurisdictions.

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