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The Enforcement Conundrum

Issued: April 01 2013

Although trademark laws are seemingly sufficient in Asia, successful enforcement action remains a bit of a lottery. Experts share their trademark enforcement views and stories with Johnny Chan.
Roundtable Participants
Saif Khan, partner, Anand and Anand, Noida
Fu Haiying, partner, King & Wood Mallesons, Beijing
Tsai Ruey-Sen, partner, Lee and Li, Taipei
M Ravindran, partner, Ravindran Associates, Singapore
Karen Abraham, partner, Shearn Delamore & Co, Kuala Lumpur
Zhu Zhigang, partner, Wan Hui Da, Beijing


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