In-depth Analysis

  • The Dissection of Indones...
    As the new Indonesian copyright law has raised some concerns from the IP community about i...
  • Prior User Rights in Chin...
    Article 59(3) of China’s new trademark law grants modest protection to trademarks which ha...
  • Licensing Provisions in the Draft GCC Tra...
    Is it mandatory to record trademark licences in your country? There’s no easy answer in the Gulf Cooperation Council. Rob Deans and Joycia Young exami...
  • Intellectual Property Rights for Plants i...
    In Australia, new plant varieties can be protected by both Plant Breeder’s Rights (PBR) and patents. The form of protection which is most appropriate ...
  • 3D Revolution
    With the rise of 3D printing, copyright, patents and trademarks are all at stake. Lawyers across jurisdictions share with Johnny Chan about the ups an...
  • The 2015 Asia IP Trademark Survey
     Asia's leading trademark firms are revealed, as Johnny Chan, Lily Zhang, Jeffrey Lee and Gregory Glass report on the latest legal developments from a...
  • Asia Steps Up in Trademark Enforcement
    While trademark laws vary from country to country, the aim of stronger enforcement is the same globally. Lily Zhang talks to lawyers from different re...
  • Enforcement Strategies in China
    Foreign IP owners should – and can – expect fair treatment before Chinese courts, says Shenping Yang, particularly if they follow the simple steps he ...
  • Vietnam: Preparing for an Infringer’s Cou...
    Protecting your intellectual property involves more than just registering trademarks and being on the look-out for infringers. Pham Vu Khanh Toan prov...
  • Taking Steps to Protect Your IP Rights
    While IP protection in India continues to be a challenge, taking the proper steps to ensure your rights can go a long way. Savitha Kesav Jagadeesan an...
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