Bookmark and Share

Which Way for Vietnam?

Issued: January 01 2012

Five years on from joining the WTO, how effective is Vietnam’s IP regime? With infringing goods prevelant throughout the country, what can international rights holders do to protect their IP assets? Darren Barton reports from Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.

 

Related Articles

  • IP and Regulatory Challenges for Food Co...
    Intellectual property and food authorities frequently fail to see eye to eye. Clemence Gautier discusses the reasons why food companies...
  • Role of Key Design Features in Design Pa...
    When evaluating design patent infringement, it is important to not only compare the infringing product with the cited prior design, but...
  • Pakistan Awaits GI Law
    As Pakistan awaits its geographical indication law, its South Asian neighbours are pulling ahead in the marketing of rice and other goo...
  • Could Do Better
    After an exciting year in 2012, IP practitioners in India share their concerns over the country’s IP infrastructure and enforcement, an...
  • IP Filings Boom in the Philippines
    A strong increase in IP filings in the Philippines leads to the obvious question: Why? Gregory Glass reports on the increase, and on ho...
  • IP and Competition Law: The Battle of Th...
    In the first of its Intellectual Property & Competition Law Luncheon seminars, Baker & McKenzie lawyers Isabella Liu and Martin Commons...
 

Law Firms