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Managing IP in a conflict zone

Managing IP in a conflict zone

30 April 2024

How can businesses protect their IP rights in the midst of safety hazards and geopolitical tension?

Lessons from the SAG strike

Lessons from the SAG strike

09 November 2023

With Hollywood’s 118-day strike resolved, production can finally resume on our favourite evening TV shows. The union’s new contract provides actors protection from digital replicas are made of them or when their voice, likeness, or performance will b...

2023 India’s Top IP Firms and Practices Revealed

2023 India’s Top IP Firms and Practices Revealed

07 November 2023

Intellectual property owners have been overwhelmingly positive about the changes they’ve seen to India’s IP regime over recent years. The country has consistently updated its IP laws and aggressively worked to reduce the time it takes to move an acti...

Navigating the intellectual property frontier: Key trends shaping 2024’s IP field

Navigating the intellectual property frontier: Key trends shaping 2024’s IP field

31 October 2023

This year marked a pivotal chapter in the development of intellectual property. Efforts were made to harmonize patent laws globally and discussions on copyright in the digital age gained prominence. Excel V. Dyquiangco discusses the challenges in IP...

Shortlist revealed for 2023 Asia IP Awards

Shortlist revealed for 2023 Asia IP Awards

14 September 2023

We have researched all the major jurisdictions across Asia and the Pacific to put together a shortlist of the 2023 Asia IP Awards. And it’s now your turn to vote.

Human-robot presscon at AI summit: What it means to the IP world

Human-robot presscon at AI summit: What it means to the IP world

15 August 2023

While AI is innovative in many aspects, several concerns were raised during the robot press conference in Switzerland. Espie Angelica A. de Leon discusses these concerns, including the need for global standards to address the potential implications a...

INTA to return to Atlanta for 2024 Annual Meeting

INTA to return to Atlanta for 2024 Annual Meeting

18 May 2023

Who owns the content in ChatGPT and other tools?

Who owns the content in ChatGPT and other tools?

28 April 2023

ChatGPT is a reliable tool for providing information, but is its content original?

Obscure copyrights in Asia – and what they mean for vintage films

Obscure copyrights in Asia – and what they mean for vintage films

28 February 2023

Japan has recently introduced amendments to its law that will make it easy to share vintage movies and music. But Japan isn’t alone in its treatment of orphaned works. Excel V. Dyquiangco reports.

Lessons from the Covid-19 experience.

Lessons from the Covid-19 experience.

31 December 2022

Covid-19 provided us with the opportunity – and necessity – to learn new technologies, ideas, strategies and realizations.

The World Cup: FIFA does battle against IP infringers

The World Cup: FIFA does battle against IP infringers

02 December 2022

With the World Cup’s knockout round set to begin, Espie Angelica A. de Leon looks at another mighty battle in Qatar: FIFA’s fight against IP infringement.

Vote now for 2022 Asia IP Awards

Vote now for 2022 Asia IP Awards

31 October 2022

We have sifted through submissions and researched all the major jurisdictions across Asia and the Pacific to put together a shortlist of the 2022 Asia IP Awards. And it’s now your turn to vote.

How IP gaps can hamper strategy and innovation

How IP gaps can hamper strategy and innovation

31 October 2022

Overlooked gaps in IP protection can be catastrophic to a company, particularly those for whom their entire business is dependent upon their IP. | Excel V. Dyquiangco

IP infringement and data misuse: The dark side of the dark web

IP infringement and data misuse: The dark side of the dark web

30 September 2022

The internet isn’t just Facebook and cat videos. The Dark Web is full of marketplaces selling counterfeit goods, bank account numbers and fake passports.

Suddenly, it’s not so easy to invalidate a patent in Malaysia

Suddenly, it’s not so easy to invalidate a patent in Malaysia

26 September 2022

A landmark decision gives much needed guidance on patent invalidation in Malaysia – not just from a substantive viewpoint but also in practice as it clarifies what needs to be pleaded.