Asia IP - Intellectual Property News and Analysis
Homegrown dairy brand from India wins trademark, copyright infringement case in Canada
The Federal Court of Canada ruled in favor of Amul, a famous homegrown dairy brand from India, in a...
China has granted more patents for foreign companies in the first half of this year
A South Korean patent expert crunches a bunch of numbers to deliver the big picture.
India’s Khadi gets trademark in Mexico, UAE and Bhutan
KVIC, a statutory body formed by the Government of India in 1957, acquired its latest trademark regi...
Korean nail company withdraws trademark application over BTS’ term, "Borahae”
Despite the absence of dynamite, "Borahae” is printed on the packaging of the BTS Meal at McDonald's...
Australian court rules on trademark, copyright case involving Greenpeace and local power company
How will the case impact Australia's IP scene? An Australian IP expert has their say.
Strategies against abuse of trademark rights
In today’s fierce competition among brands, the role of the trademark has increasingly attracted peo...
Updates to trademark enforcement in Asia-Pacific
Trademark lawyers across Asia and the Pacific speak with Johnny Chan about the latest legislative ch...
Vietnam makes move against trademark applications for local rice varieties in Australia, US
The application stands a slim chance, according to a lawyer, and serves a lesson to Vietnamese SMEs