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In today’s globalized world, it is not merely necessary to protect one’s IP portfolio but also to use it to a business’s greatest advantage. Rahul Chaudhry explores the steps an IP owner should take i...
Calm Amid the Storm   2010-03-01
Although Thailand has been wracked by political confrontation, the intellectual property environment has generally improved. The embattled government of Abhisit Vejjajiva, who became prime minister at...
Despite a solid legal and administrative infrastructure and a good working relationship between IP rights holders and local enforcement authorities, enforcing intellectual property rights remains a ch...
Thailand Joins PCT   2009-11-01
Patent owners, their IP departments and patent attorneys are under budget pressure. This is especially the case in the essential – but relatively high cost – area of international patent protection. J...
Intellectual property rights, especially patents, have burst into the forefront of public debate as India struggles to modernise and take its place as an emerging-market leader in the global economy. ...
While many may be tempted to proceed down the “do-it-yourself” path in order to save costs, the chances of gaining a robust granted patent that can be licensed or enforced are not high. Jennifer Lucas...
Three years ago, the Law on Intellectual Property 2005 gave Vietnam its first modern IP legislation. Now the law is being amended. However, lawyers have misgivings about several proposed changes to be...
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