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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.
Thanks to strong legislation covering trademarks, copyrights and “major events,” intellectual property owners can rest easy in New Zealand, knowing that their IP rights are safe.
India’s geographic location puts it at a crossroads for counterfeit goods trade, while its immense domestic market provides a ready market for homegrown counterfeiters. Naresh Arora explains the steps...
A Malaysian Court has ruled that goods trademarked in Malaysia must be sold under their Malaysian trademark. Malobika Banerji explains what this means in parallel importation schemes.
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