Taking control of our own destiny30 September 2019
Insights from Cambridge Enterprise CEO Tony Raven.
Why AU Optronics puts a premium on patents30 September 2019
An exploration into optical display patents.
Southeast Asia, social media and copyright30 August 2019
The dangers of copyright infringement on social media.
Vietnam’s intellectual property law amended to comply with CPTPP31 July 2019
On its road to joining the CPTPP, Vietnam has amended many of its intellectual property laws. Le Xuan Thao reports on some of the highlights.
Historic award of costs gives teeth to IP enforcement in India31 July 2019
Delhi High Court comes down heavily in a recent trademark infringement case.
Trademark strategies for Cambodia31 July 2019
Sovath Phin provides tips and suggestions for securing, enforcing and commercializing your trademark rights in Cambodia.
Protecting designs – An Indian perspective31 July 2019
How to best protect your designs in India.
Design Patents: An underestimated yet useful tool for IP protection31 July 2019
Design patents can be a powerful tool to protect innovative industrial designs. Mengmeng Yu and Xia Zheng reveal ways to protect your designs in China.
Is there relief for passing-off of registered designs? The Delhi High Court says, ‘Yes, for now’31 July 2019
Indian courts continue to wrestle with the issue of whether a proprietor of a registered design can secure the remedy of passing-off and avail itself of separate common law remedies. Suhrita Majumdar and Hersh Sewak explain the current position – and...
India’s IP Landscape31 July 2019
Lawyers talk to Johnny Chan about India’s IP jurisprudence, policy, remedies and challenges.
Tackling what’s real about artificial intelligence31 May 2019
As the use of artificial intelligence continues to increase, IP lawyers are finding themselves called upon more frequently to handle AI matters. Espie Angelica A. de Leon explains how one law firm developed an AI Toolkit for its clients and other bus...
China’s new Trademark Law: In close scrutiny28 May 2019
The astronomical rise of trademark applications in China has been hailed as a great benefit to mark owners. But it isn’t all good news. Espie Angelica A. de Leon explains.