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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...
Chinese trademark law follows the first to apply principle, making trademark registration one of the basic conditions to obtain trademark law protection. International enterprises seeking to enforce a...
Standing Out   2011-11-01
At a glittering ceremony at the InterContinental Manila, Asia IP revealed the winners of the 2011 Asia IP Awards. Gregory Glass reports from the Philippines.
Getting a Good Result   2011-11-01
Contrary to popular opinion, foreign companies and inventors can effectively protect their intellectual property rights in China, say local IP lawyers. Gregory Glass reports from Beijing.
Trademark lawyers in Japan are living in interesting times, with momentum gathering against trademarks containing the names of historical figures, an apparent shift taking place from a “first-to-file”...
In a surprising and much debated decision, the Shanghai Higher People’s Court has recently upheld the Shanghai Intermediate Court’s decision that OEM products do not infringe a registered trademark in...
On April 23, the Supreme People’s Court of China issued a judicial interpretation on protection of well-known marks, which provides a legally binding guideline for courts in hearing trademark related ...
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