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Issues such as the definition of invention, what should be patents but are not, and overly broad patents remain unsolved in the previous chapter. Johnny Chan reports.
Lawyers talk to Johnny Chan about the overlap of information and communications technology (ICT) and telecommunications, media and technology (TMT), relevant laws, specialization of firms and the loss...
External Affairs   2016-04-29
When intellectual property rights are illicitly sold and found, what strategies should right holders employ to enforce their assets? Should they go heavy-handed or not? Johnny Chan has all the answers...
The winners of the 2013 Asia IP Awards have been announced. Gregory Glass reports from Hanoi, where he catches up with the winners.
When legal matters are outsourced, in-house counsel become clients of external lawyers. Amanda Shuai looks into the cooperation between the lawyers from each side as their relationship evolves.
After months of research, Asia IP will soon reveal the best trademark, patent and copyright practices in Asia. Gregory Glass outlines the methodology.
Southeast Asia
As patent lawyers in some Asian jurisdictions are learning to work with amended patent laws, others hope for revised laws to take root. Lawyers from around the region help Asia IP explain what’s new i...
Intellectual property lawyers across Asia explore the relationship between in-house counsel and the law firms they retain. Gregory Glass reports.
Over the past several months, Asia IP polled thousands of in-house counsel and private practitioners in order to find the best trademark law firms or practices in Asia and the Pacific.
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