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Infernal Affairs   2016-04-29
Nowadays, commercial espionage is common amongst companies that hold valuable intellectual property rights. We therefore must learn how to protect our secrets from leaking out. Johnny Chan reports.
Mere registration and renewal of a trademark isn’t enough to protect it, even when it was first registered in the 1950s. Geetha K tells the tale of how British American Tobacco lost its Parliament mar...
With a newly-installed IP Arbitration Board and a rewritten trademark law looming, might Indonesia find itself with an improving global reputation on intellectual property rights protection? Gregory G...
While lawyers in Malaysia express some concerns about the country joining the Madrid Protocol, mostly they’re optimistic about the future of intellectual property. Gregory Glass reports from Kuala Lum...
Who owns the copyright in a photograph, the photographer or the subject? The High Court in East Malaysia recently threw out a suit initiated by the subject of the photograph, ruling that she had no le...
Sebamed Strikes Again   2010-12-01
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