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Dave A Wyatt and Lim Eng Leong examine recent changes to Malaysia’s intellectual property laws.
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...
The requirements to utilize a granted patent to supply the local market or to otherwise benefit the country granting the exclusive right have long been a part of patent laws. David Reed examines the r...
Brand protection has improved greatly for brand owners in Sri Lanka over the past decade. Sudath Perera and Aromi Silva explain the details of the country’s IP law.
The UAE has tremendous opportunity and resolve to embrace the global developments in intellectual property as a tool for economic development. In consideration of this fact, the country has made effec...
The way Vietnam’s National Office of Intellectual Property is treating use inventions has caused a fierce debate among patent professionals. Pham Vu Khanh Toan and Duong Tu Giang make sense of the NOI...
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...
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