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Recent decisions in English courts make it seem possible to infringe a competitor’s trademark even when you’re not using it. Lucy Nunn describes the curious case of negative matching.
In honour of the upcoming International Trademark Association meeting in San Diego, Asia IP asked lawyers around Asia and the Paciic what, in their opinion, makes a good trademark lawyer. We’ve shared...
Changes to Design Law   2014-10-31
As Malaysia’s rapid development has put the country on track to become East Asia’s fifth “tiger” economy, the importance of intellectual property has come to the forefront. Lily Zhang explains how far...
Filmmakers have recently been hauled into Indian courts by trademark right holders alleging commercial disparagement, tarnishment of trademark and damage to reputation, among other things, and seeking...
In comics, Spider-Man fights off villains all by himself, but in reality, IP enforcement is not done by one person or unit – it includes customs, police, companies, lawyers and individuals worldwide. ...
Lawyers around the region report an increase in IP litigation. Johnny Chan investigates the causes of intellectual property litigation and shares tips on both private and public measures to minimize l...
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