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Lawyers Laud Advances in IP Protection

Issued: May 01 2009

When IP lawyers in Vietnam gather, it seems that conversation frequently turns to the ins and outs of upcoming amendments to the Law on Intellectual Property. But that’s not all that’s on the minds of IP lawyers: practitioners from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City talked to Asia IP about what’s right – and what’s wrong – with Vietnam’s IP regime. Gregory Glass reports.

 

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