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The Rise of RCEP   2017-03-31
With the apparent death of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, propelled forth by China, comes to the forefront. Simon Lee reports.
The Trump presidency brought about the United States’ expected withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Where does that leave the IP protections which had been written into the agreement? Gregor...
In factories far, far away… an empire of counterfeits is formed and becomes the death star for brands. Comprising trademark lawyers and Asia IP’s Johnny Chan, the rebellion is ready to destroy the blu...
Pay and Play   2017-01-25
Copyright societies in India have been restrained from granting music licenses and collecting royalties. But the story goes much deeper than that, as Simon Lee discovered.
As much as they might want to, companies simply cannot take all their IP work in-house and must outsource at some point, but who, what, when, where, why and how should work be outsourced? Lawyers acro...
The Perfect Line   2016-11-30
Parallel imports are a huge issue for brands. Johnny Chan asks lawyers from Asia’s main manufacturing jurisdictions about how they monitor their supply chains.
Fashion took centre stage in Milan in September, and it wasn’t just because of Milan Fashion Week. With AIPPI in town, clothes and the catwalk also made an impact at the World Congress. Darren Barton ...
Amid criticism from the United States and elsewhere, India has debuted its first national IP policy. Simon Lee examines the interplay between the new IP policy and India’s lucrative pharmaceuticals in...
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