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Indonesia’s Improving IP Regime

Indonesia’s Improving IP Regime

21 August 2012

With a newly-installed IP Arbitration Board and a rewritten trademark law looming, might Indonesia find itself with an improving global reputation on intellectual property rights protection? Gregory Glass reports.

Brand-Related Intellectual Property Disputes in Outbound Investment

Brand-Related Intellectual Property Disputes in Outbound Investment

22 August 2012

As Chinese enterprises pursue overseas expansion, they must more carefully consider their global branding stragegy, say Chen Changhui and Jiang Zhipei – even if they don’t have an immediate plan for outbound investment...

IP and Regulatory Challenges for Food Companies in Thailand

IP and Regulatory Challenges for Food Companies in Thailand

22 August 2012

Intellectual property and food authorities frequently fail to see eye to eye. Clemence Gautier discusses the reasons why food companies must implement a clear strategy that accounts for the specific needs of both IP and regulatory registrat...

An Analysis of Recent Discussions of the Singapore High Court on Trademark Infringement and Passing Off

An Analysis of Recent Discussions of the Singapore High Court on Trademark Infringement and Passing...

22 August 2012

Clarification on Parallel Imports by Indian Customs

Clarification on Parallel Imports by Indian Customs

22 August 2012

Reforms at the Indian Trade Marks Registry

Reforms at the Indian Trade Marks Registry

22 August 2012

Protection of Partial Designs

Protection of Partial Designs

22 August 2012

Court Rules Against Registering “!”

Court Rules Against Registering “!”

04 February 2010

Law Firms Hit with 10.3% Service Tax

Law Firms Hit with 10.3% Service Tax

04 February 2010

Consumers, Retailers Prefer Fakes, Says Survey

Consumers, Retailers Prefer Fakes, Says Survey

13 March 2010

Calm Amid the Storm

Calm Amid the Storm

29 March 2010

Although Thailand has been wracked by political confrontation, the intellectual property environment has generally improved. The embattled government of Abhisit Vejjajiva, who became prime minister at the end of 2008 after a parliamentary vote, has m...

IP Rights Enforcement in Thailand: Does it Really Work?

IP Rights Enforcement in Thailand: Does it Really Work?

29 March 2010

Despite a solid legal and administrative infrastructure and a good working relationship between IP rights holders and local enforcement authorities, enforcing intellectual property rights remains a challenge in Thailand.

Shining Lights

Shining Lights

31 March 2010

Announcing the first annual IP Counsel of the Year Awards, Gregory Glass speaks to the winners, and finds out what makes a leading light in Asia’s in-house counsel landscape.

Do OEM Products Made for Export Infringe Trademarks in China?

Do OEM Products Made for Export Infringe Trademarks in China?

31 August 2010

In a surprising and much debated decision, the Shanghai Higher People’s Court has recently upheld the Shanghai Intermediate Court’s decision that OEM products do not infringe a registered trademark in China if they are merely manufactured...

Securitizing Intellectual Property Rights

Securitizing Intellectual Property Rights

31 August 2010

In times of financial difficulty, more and more IP owners are turning to securitizing their IP rights in order to benefit from the cheap financing available in today’s marketplace. But, as Talal Bijjani warns, securitizing IP rights is highly c...

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