In-depth Analysis

  • Toasting the Winners
    In October, Asia IP honoured the top trademarks, patents and copyright practices in Asia a...
  • The Business of IP
    In December, more than 2,500 IP buyers and sellers, R&D professionals, financial intermedi...
  • The IP Buzz in China’s film industry
    As the global influence of Chinese filmmakers continues to grow, studios are learning how to leverage their intellectual property into other income st...
  • Synergies of Artificial Intelligence, the...
    An estimated 5 million devices are added to the internet each day, many of them generating data on their own. Business interests will soon find this v...
  • Fantastic Rights and Where to Use Them
    As much as they might want to, companies simply cannot take all their IP work in-house and must outsource at some point, but who, what, when, where, w...
  • Product Strange
    Finished products and raw materials alike can flow out of poorly-managed supply chains and sold in other countries as parallel imports, but many lawye...
  • The Safe Harbour and Beyond
    Nearly two decades after the Digital Millennium Copyright Act became law in the United States, the digital landscape has changed in ways lawmakers nev...
  • The Perfect Line
    Parallel imports are a huge issue for brands. Johnny Chan asks lawyers from Asia’s main manufacturing jurisdictions about how they monitor their suppl...
  • Singapore Scores Poorly in Illicit Trade ...
    A recent report on illicit trade gave Singapore a surprisingly bad score. Simon Lee reports.
  • Choosing the Best Broadcasting Deal for Y...
    Professional sports teams, leagues and federations can often earn more than half of their revenue from the sale of broadcast rights, which is why, Emm...
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