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Asian nations are actively expanding their list of GIs and see some of their most valuable goods protected through a myriad of national trademark laws and free trade agreements. Michelle Ko reports on...
The past few years have marked significant progress in the IP landscape in China, and some key individuals have played - and will continue to play - no small part in the strides forward. Asia IP looke...
Right at the Museum   2017-11-30
IP professionals across the world talk to Johnny Chan about copyright and trademark protection in museums.
Sydney Welcomes AIPPI   2017-10-31
Delegates from around the world descended upon Sydney this month for the AIPPI World Congress. Gregory Glass was there for the opening ceremony.
Before Sue-set   2017-07-31
After all settlement claims are made and no agreement is reached, litigation will be inevitable. Johnny Chan explains how to walk through the storm.
Before Sue-rise   2017-07-31
Much can be done by both law firms and companies to resolve disputes before hitting litigation. Johnny Chan reveals the secrets.
Whether you are an attendee of LESI 2017 or not, this feature will help you dive into the kaleidoscopic licensing world, which can drive your IP business forward. Johnny Chan reports.
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...
IP Valuation 101   2016-08-31
Lawyers across Asia talk with Johnny Chan about IP valuation, discussing everything from its range of cost, methods – and the aftermath of not doing any.
The government’s ‘Made in China 2025’ initiative aims to turn the country from a manufacturer of quantity to one of quality. Simon Lee investigates the opportunities and challenges this will present t...
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