The offense in defense: IP in military technology29 February 2020
Should governments pay more attention to defense IP?
Will sugary drinks face plain packaging laws in Singapore?29 February 2020
Plain packaging and nutrition labels the future?
An Olympic drama in the courtroom29 February 2020
Courtroom battle over Pierre de Coubertin's name.
California’s Fair Pay to Play Act29 February 2020
Athletes benefit from use of name and image.
Japan's IP Experts 202029 February 2020
These lawyers are experts in their fields and, in one way or another, they provide extra value for their clients. They are Asia IP’s Japan IP Experts.
Japan launches IP mediation service29 February 2020
Intellectual property lawyers in Japan are eager to see how a new IP mediation service launched in the Tokyo and Osaka district courts late last year will fare. Johnny Chan explains how the system work.
IP trends brightly for ASEAN in 202014 January 2020
Exciting time for IP stakeholders in ASEAN and APAC.
On the agenda: More IP talk in the boardroom14 January 2020
Why should companies pay more attention to their IP?
Job applicant’s social media accounts as tools for recruiters: from a legal standpoint14 January 2020
How can HR managers avoid breaking privacy laws?
Myanmar’s new trademark law a boon for brand owners14 January 2020
Myanmar’s new trademark law is an integral part of country’s drive for modern legal protection. Lawyers in the region tell Excel V. Dyquiangco what brand owners must be aware of in the upcoming transition period.
Recent developments on divided infringement in China: A breakthrough to the all elements rule?14 January 2020
Would divided infringement affect patent practices?
Business of IP Asia Forum 201914 January 2020
70+ IP practitioners shared insights with attendees.
Asia IP Awards 2019: Toasting the winners14 January 2020
Forty-eight firms from 19 Asia-Pacific jurisdictions took home trophies at the 10th annual Asia IP Awards, held November 8 at the Shangri-La’s Far Eastern Plaza Hotel in Taipei.
Trade secret protection in the Philippines14 January 2020
Trade secrets can cover any information that is not generally known or readily ascertainable by the public. Editha R. Hechanova explains how a comprehensive law on trade secrets could help small and medium-sized enterprises in the Philippines.