India’s improved consumer laws and regulations target counterfeits online31 August 2020
A local expert explains the reasons for them with statistics.
China releases second draft of amended copyright law31 August 2020
A local expert reveals the key changes.
Covid-19 candidate vaccine in China gets patent27 August 2020
China’s government has issued its first patent for a Covid-19 vaccine. Does the patent mean it is safe and effective? Phase III trials have barely started.
Trademark Infringement and Products Sold Online25 August 2020
Does the use of a trademark in the title of a product sold online constitute trademark infringement?
5G in China: could it strengthen NPEs?25 August 2020
Stephen Yang of Beijing-based IP March, mulls on 5G’s effect on non-practicing entities in China and other IP prospects.
How are you doing, Taiwan?24 August 2020
“Despite a little hiccup, I’m fine overall,” tell IP statistics.
What’s your status, Myanmar?24 August 2020
Covid-19 has apparently put all local trademark developments on hold which affects the “birth” of other IP in the country as well.
Anti-counterfeit app now being tested by IP Australia, NRL19 August 2020
Australia’s IP office partners with the country’s premier men’s rugby league to trial The Trust Badge, created to authenticate in-demand Australian goods.
Current job layoffs may put trade secrets at risk of theft18 August 2020
Businesses should consider their IP assets, especially trade secrets, at this time of the pandemic. In this context, they should also think about their employer-employee agreements.
IPOPHL Calls for Vigilance of IP Rights Threats17 August 2020
The Philippines' Bureau of Customs (BOC) destroyed P500 million worth of counterfeit goods at the height of the Covid crisis
Schools, Researchers Seek Patent Search Upskilling Amid Need for COVID-19 innovations17 August 2020
IPOPHL recently partnered with a number of schools and research institutions to capacitate with a range of methods that can help them use patent information to their advantage.
Print Wars: Attack of the Clones17 August 2020
A recent study from the EPO shows that Europe is a global hub for innovation in 3D printing. Can Asia match that?
A century on: will Australian law recognize the doctrine of patent exhaustion?17 August 2020
Patent exhaustion has always been an issue in Australia and now a local expert dissects the problem in depth with two significant cases.
Video chat on securing data via trade secret protection in the Philippines11 August 2020
Would you like to know how to use trade secret protection to secure the data you process?