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Pravin Anand, managing partner at Anand and Anand in New Delhi, takes a look at five aspects of Indian intellectual property, including the time revolution in IP enforcement, the deepening divide in t...
Malaysia is making progress in the battle against counterfeiting – and has even received international recognition for its efforts. But is enough being done?
With an eye towards bringing the country’s IP regime into line with TRIPS requirements, Vietnam’s National Assembly has adopted several key amendments to the IP law, moving Vietnam one step closer to ...
A Country Awakes   2009-06-01
For decades, Indonesia has featured prominently as a major source of widespread IP rights violations. However, the world’s fourth-most-populous country is slowly awakening to the idea that IP can be p...
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...
As Vietnam joins the World Trade Organization, it has attracted many foreign traders to come and sell their products, either through a franchise/distribution channel, or through licensing to a local m...
With the Democrats firmly in control of the White House and Congress, intellectual property rights owners may find themselves on the outside with Washington’s political elite.
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