Defeating trademark infringers30 September 2020
Trademark infringers continue to challenge rights owners and the lawyers who assist them. Here are some recent failed attempts by infringers from around the region.
Australia explores possible new GI right under Australia-EU Free Trade Agreement30 September 2020
Protecting certain EU GI rights in Australia may be more complicated for the food and beverage industry than it seems.
Fighting over Elvis30 September 2020
Can you own a celebrity’s name to trademark your product?
Trademark licensing and franchising in Cambodia30 September 2020
As Cambodia’s economy has developed, world-class brands have come to the Kingdom across a wide range of industries. Khieu Mealy, Chhim Leakena and Mary Sonita explain how parties to licenses and franchises can all fully exercise their rights.
Mitsubishi Electric wins trademark infringement lawsuit in China28 September 2020
The company is up against factory-automation product counterfeiters.
The Case of the Mistaken Footware24 September 2020
Nike and Puma butt heads in latest trademark dispute.
Battle of the burgers: trademark issues between Big Mac and Big Jack23 September 2020
McDonald’s alleges Hungry Jack’s Big Jack is a deliberate imitation of Big Mac and cries trademark infringement.
Practitioner discovers IP India's online system will correct trademark errors22 September 2020
IP India hopes that this new system results in a smoother resolution of trademark errors.
Hyundai’s Genesis car crashes with Korean chicken chain’s mark21 September 2020
Proof of use is key to determine how much of the trademark one owns.
Australia Provides Free Extensions17 September 2020
Deadline extensions for patents, trademarks and designs offered as part of Covid-19 relief.
Asia IP China Strategies31 August 2020
Exclusive insight into the IP scene in China, from experienced local experts.