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A Madrid Conundrum   2013-08-01
With India’s recent accession to the Madrid Protocol, which will likely be followed by a number of Asian countries including Thailand and Malaysia, joining the Madrid system will continue to be a burn...
The IP Master   2013-07-01
Singapore has released its ambitious plans to become Asia’s IP hub. Reporting from Singapore, Anna Zhang speaks with IP lawyers and entrepreneurs about what they expect from the government’s IP Hub Ma...
The recent Australian Federal Court decision in SMA Solar Technology v. Beyond Building Systems provides a timely reminder about the interaction between the Trade Marks Act 1995, the common law tort o...
Lawyers around the globe are counting down to INTA’s 2014 Annual Meeting in Hong Kong, the association’s first-ever annual meeting in Asia. Gregory Glass looks at some of the reasons you should be the...
Holding Back the Tide   2013-04-01
As counterfeiting continues to provide a high-gain, low-risk reward to criminals, IP owners and lawyers alike struggle to stop the tide of fake goods. Gregory Glass reports.
Although trademark laws are seemingly sufficient in Asia, successful enforcement action remains a bit of a lottery. Experts share their trademark enforcement views and stories with Johnny Chan.   Rou...
This year, Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration will aim to change the way pharmaceuticals can be labelled to restrict some brand extensions. There will be new obligations to clear trademarks ...
Similar Marks?   2013-03-01
In this last trademarks decision for 2012, the Singapore high court has given some interesting insight into the importance of ‘trading circumstances’ which can negate the likelihood of consumer confus...
While the lengthy process to obtain decisions from Indian courts remains a prime challenge to protecting trademarks in the country, a roundtable of experts tell Gregory Glass that IP protection is eas...
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