How has Covid-19 impacted the world of IP?

17 July 2020

How has Covid-19 impacted the world of IP? A deep dive into how law firms, companies and individuals have adapted to the new normal.

Covid-19 has impacted industries worldwide on an unprecedented level, and the IP sector is no exception. Read on for Asia IP's series into how the IP world has been adapting to the effects of the pandemic.

 

IP sector reacts to Covid-19

Like other sectors of the economy, the Covid-19 novel coronavirus caught the IP community off guard. Espie Angelica A. de Leon reports on how law firms and regulators alike have adjusted to the new normal.

 

 

 

Can you really manage your IP rights while working from home?

Like other sectors of the economy, the Covid-19 novel coronavirus caught the IP community off guard. Espie Angelica A. de Leon reports on how law firms and regulators alike have adjusted to the new normal.

 

 

 

CSR during Covid-19: The sincerity and brand loyalty factors

Companies around the world have been eager to step up to help their communities during the Covid-19 pandemic. But doing so can be fraught with risk for their brands. Espie Angelica A. de Leon reports.

 

 

Keeping your data safe as your employees work from home

Companies around the world have been eager to step up to help their communities during the Covid-19 pandemic. But doing so can be fraught with risk for their brands. Espie Angelica A. de Leon reports.

 

 

India: Protecting your trademarks during Covid-19

Protecting your trademarks remains essential during the Covid-19 pandemic. Ravi Chadha explains the necessary steps to take in India.

 

 

 

 

Registering COVID-19 Trademark Applications - Illegal or not?

Medical professionals have scrambled to keep up with the novel coronavirus Covid-19. But the virus is rife in the world of trademark professionals, too. Yashvardhan Rana explores whether it is possible to register words like “corona” and “Covid” in India.

 

 

Indian IP laws and public health emergencies

Amidst rolling global shortages of personal protective equipment and pharmaceuticals, Manisha Singh and Preeti Tyagi explain how the Indian Patents Act and the TRIPS Agreement can help the Indian government manage the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

 

 

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