Day Zero: Blessing the Rains in South Africa

Meagan McNeely   In 2018, after years of below-average rainfall[1], the South African government announced the impending arrival of “Day Zero,” the day on which city tap water would be officially turned off.[2] The city of Cape Town,… Read More

Parallel Imports and the Principle of Exhaustion: The First Sale Rule in International Commerce

Kyle C. Williams   The lack of harmony in international trade law regarding parallel imports of goods that are protected by intellectual property (IP) rights has created challenges for IP owners doing business in foreign markets. Many jurisdictions… Read More