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Patent owners, their IP departments and patent attorneys are under budget pressure. This is especially the case in the essential – but relatively high cost – area of international patent protection. J...
In Japan, the law isn’t known for changing quickly. Amendments to several IP-related laws have resulted in a series of minor changes, each designed to better protect the interests of IP rights holders...
At the recent Commercializing Patents Asia 2009 conference held in Shanghai, a panel of leading in-house counsel highlighted four key areas they felt were affected by China’s new Patent law. Darren Ba...
The protection of biological resources, their access and regulation and the application of benefit sharing principles are still in the nascent stage in India, where the recognition of bioresources as ...
Malaysia is making progress in the battle against counterfeiting – and has even received international recognition for its efforts. But is enough being done?
On August 31, the Thai government kicked off its Creative Thailand program, designed to promote Thailand as a hub for creative industries in Southeast Asia and to boost economic contribution by nation...