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Speedier Site-Blocking in Proposed IP Code Revision Could Protect Million Dollars of Entertainment Revenues

Speedier Site-Blocking in Proposed IP Code Revision Could Protect Million Dollars of Entertainment R...

28 October 2020

Revision could save creators around the world from losing billions of pesos to piracy every year.

New rules on enforcement come into effect in Vietnam

New rules on enforcement come into effect in Vietnam

28 October 2020

Among others, Decree 98 redefines counterfeit goods and covers e-commerce.

Mariner and submariner marks by competing companies found to be more similar than dissimilar

Mariner and submariner marks by competing companies found to be more similar than dissimilar

27 October 2020

Rolex takes on FMTM, a member of the Franck Muller Group.

China closes loophole on trademark infringement for original equipment manufacturing

China closes loophole on trademark infringement for original equipment manufacturing

27 October 2020

In a recent ruling, China proves to have listened to the voices of foreign brands by protecting their trademarks better, even if the logos are printed on exports.

The case of Sherlock and Enola Holmes

The case of Sherlock and Enola Holmes

23 October 2020

Can Sherlock and Enola Holmes worm their way out of this copyright and trademark infringement case?

Can you trademark a sound?

Can you trademark a sound?

23 October 2020

Where audible trademarks become more important these days, can you actually trademark a sound?

IP Valuation Manual to boost IP valuation expertise in the Philippines

IP Valuation Manual to boost IP valuation expertise in the Philippines

20 October 2020

Initially planned for internal use by the country’s science department, the Manual is now released commercially.

Presidential Decree No. 229 in Kazakhstan sparks call for amendment

Presidential Decree No. 229 in Kazakhstan sparks call for amendment

20 October 2020

Stakeholders met at a roundtable meeting earlier this year at Bolotov & Partners in Almaty to discuss Presidential Decree No. 229, signed by President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev late last year.

IPOPHL Sees Bigger Global Role in Years Ahead

IPOPHL Sees Bigger Global Role in Years Ahead

20 October 2020

IPOPHL recently shared with peers in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) its experience in fostering university innovations to enter the global patents system.

Taiwan boosts infringing website list efforts

Taiwan boosts infringing website list efforts

19 October 2020

Infringing Website List (IWL) launched as a voluntary mechanism for advertisers to ensure that they don’t advertise on infringing websites.

Malaysia’s thriving film animation industry and IP

Malaysia’s thriving film animation industry and IP

16 October 2020

Are the country’s cartoon film creators ready for IP issues?

For the first time, China tops Trademark Applications at USPTO

For the first time, China tops Trademark Applications at USPTO

13 October 2020

What is the significance of this unprecedented growth?

Saigon Beer passed off in Vietnam

Saigon Beer passed off in Vietnam

12 October 2020

The copycat claims not knowing anything about the infringement but a local trademark expert is not convinced at all!

New Zealand businesses examining intellectual property assets, rights

New Zealand businesses examining intellectual property assets, rights

12 October 2020

Companies turn to IP to help beat the business challenges of Covid 19.

IP registrations in Indonesia increasing

IP registrations in Indonesia increasing

12 October 2020

The Covid 19 scenario in Indonesia may be bleak but the picture is pretty for IP, thanks to its online system.

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