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Trademark practitioners around Asia are adjusting to new laws, amendments and changes to local practice instituted by national legislatures and intellectual property offices. Asia IP unravels the chan...
Australia’s Federal Court’s decision in the recent Sporte Leisure case may help brand owners stop parallel imports.
Are We In Wonderland?   2011-01-01
In these times of spiralling litigation and the resultant chronic congestion in courts, the concept of speedy litigation might seem oxymoronic. But, with the four-month trial now in India, Pravin Anan...
Singapore’s High Court has handed down a decision resolving a trademark infringement case between two pork noodle stalls. In the context of composite trademarks, says Ankur Gupta, the case holds parti...
The increasing acceptance of e-commerce means that even small businesses can have global reach. Going global means that a business must consider strategies for protecting its brand overseas and to min...
Despite a law designed to specifically for the registration of geographical indications, Malaysia has seen only a dozen registered. Chew Chui Yiang examines the Act.
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