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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.
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...
Should your IP office allow amendments to identifications of goods or services in registrations based on changes in the manner or medium by which products or services are offered? And if such amendmen...
Ambition Unleashed   2015-03-31
China is interested in more than just becoming the world’s largest economy: It also wants to strengthen its position with intellectual property. Lily Zhang reports.
Whether you're ready to license a patent, a fast-food franchise or the latest software, you'll almost certainly want the help of a licensing lawyer. Asis IP celebrates 50 licensing lawyers in 15 juris...
The winners of the 2014 Asia IP Awards have been announced. Gregory Glass reports from Penang, where he catches up with the winners.
Patent lawyers are a unique breed - part lawyer, part scientist, part tech guru, Asia IP celebrates 50 patent lawyers in 15 juridsictions around Asia and the Pacific who we believe are among the best ...
As trademark practitioners around Asia adjusting to new laws, amendments and changes, regional practice is moving closer and closer to meeting international standards. Anna Zhang and Johnny Chan unrav...
Standing Out   2011-11-01
At a glittering ceremony at the InterContinental Manila, Asia IP revealed the winners of the 2011 Asia IP Awards. Gregory Glass reports from the Philippines.
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