3-D Bioprinting: Patentability challenges in India31 July 2022
India has fully embraced 3-D bioprinting, and although the technology is still at a nascent stage, lawyers are already talking about how Indian jurisprudence might develops around patenting of 3-D printed tissues and organs. Espie Angelica A. de Leon...
Affixing a brand to a venue: How complicated can it get?04 July 2022
Affixing a brand name to a theatre, coliseum or stadium is becoming more common, and is already very much prevalent in many parts of Asia. Lawyers in the region reveal the legal aspects of just what goes into securing such naming rights.
INTA president touts association’s return to meeting in person05 May 2022
Vink, intellectual property director at MF Brands Group in Geneva – makers of Lacoste, Gant, Aigle, Tecnifibre and The Kooples – attributed the good cheer at INTA’s Annual Meeting Live+ in Washington to the sense of community among its members.
WHEN IP GOES TO WAR30 April 2022
The Russia-Ukraine war has impacted many parts of the global economy, from rising fuel prices to looming food shortages. Excel V. Dyquiangco examines the story that the mainstream media misses: the coming battle over intellectual property.
Resolutions for IP rights owners and lawyers17 January 2022
Espie Angelica A. de Leon gathers a group of lawyers’ best set of resolutions for their clients – and for themselves.
The good patent: How to get the best value from your patents30 November 2021
Chatting with lawyers around the region about what makes a patent a good patent.
Asia IP’s editorial team reveals India’s top IP firms, practices30 November 2021
And the winners of the 2021 Asia IP India Awards are...
Tattoos, culture and copyright: Who owns your skin?16 September 2021
Exploring the intersection of IP and ink.
The Straw Man31 August 2021
The “straw man” of the business world is finding increased uses in the world of intellectual property. Espie Angelica A. de Leon explains how – and why – companies in Taiwan and Vietnam are using straw men to obscure their true identities.
Tokyo 2020: Will the Olympics win the gold for IP protection?31 May 2021
The Olympic Games bring out the best in the world’s athletes, IP lawyers and counterfeiters. The 2020 Tokyo Games – set to kick-off in July 2021, thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic – might just turn the Olympic rings completely upside down. E...
Asia IP’s editorial team reveals China’s top IP firms, practices30 April 2021
And the winners of the 2021 Asia IP China Awards are...
Video Interview: Brain Interfacing and the Patent System13 April 2021
How will the relatively new technology of brain interfacing affect our patent system in the future?
The universe of IP in space28 February 2021
Is it time to start taking serious steps to protecting IP rights in outer space?
Wonder Scammers 202131 January 2021
We explore the kind of fake stores that goes beyond selling counterfeits, the kind that mimics the entire shopping experience a legitimate brand offers — from employee apparel to store layout and more.