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The ASEAN Way   2018-07-31
ASEAN has a unique way of working together while maintaining different IP systems. Michelle Ko spoke with IP lawyers from around the region about harmonization and more at the recent ASEAN IPA Confere...
The Rise of RCEP   2017-03-31
With the apparent death of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, propelled forth by China, comes to the forefront. Simon Lee reports.
The Trump presidency brought about the United States’ expected withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Where does that leave the IP protections which had been written into the agreement? Gregor...
ASEAN: We are Ready   2016-02-29
The ASEAN Intellectual Property Association was formed 20 years ago in Kuala Lumpur. Lily Zhang catches up with Chew Phye Keat to learn more about the organization, and what’s in store for its annual ...
As Malaysia’s rapid development has put the country on track to become East Asia’s fifth “tiger” economy, the importance of intellectual property has come to the forefront. Lily Zhang explains how far...
As trademark practitioners around Asia adjusting to new laws, amendments and changes, regional practice is moving closer and closer to meeting international standards. Anna Zhang and Johnny Chan unrav...
The Malaysian Federal Court has ruled that the baker of a popular cream-filled snack cannot be considered a “person aggrieved” when it was held to be an infringer of the same trademark it wished to ca...
While lawyers in Malaysia express some concerns about the country joining the Madrid Protocol, mostly they’re optimistic about the future of intellectual property. Gregory Glass reports from Kuala Lum...
Across Asia and the Pacific, patent laws are constantly evolving. With the help of lawyers around the region, Asia IP examines the latest changes.
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