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Who owns your wedding photos?  Changes to first ownership rights highlight Singapore’s amended Copyright Act

Who owns your wedding photos? Changes to first ownership rights highlight Singapore’s amended Copyr...

31 October 2021

Who owns the rights to your wedding photos? Singaporeans are long accustomed to owning the rights of the photos and videos they commission for weddings and other celebrations, but changes to the Copyright Act will soon change that.

No Time To Try

No Time To Try

31 October 2021

As a trial can run for months and cost extraordinary sums of money, alternative dispute resolution is increasingly common, delivering an outcome just as satisfying, but with much higher efficiency.

IP rights: To forego or not to forego?

IP rights: To forego or not to forego?

31 October 2021

reporting that not everyone is convinced that would work as intended.

The rise of IP rights and data privacy in a pandemic

The rise of IP rights and data privacy in a pandemic

31 October 2021

speaking with two Baker McKenzie lawyers about the intersection of the pandemic, IP and data privacy.

The life of the IP lawyer in the ‘new normal’

The life of the IP lawyer in the ‘new normal’

31 October 2021

countries around the region are figuring out how to handle the coronavirus long-term, as many are beginning to open up again

Should famous people register their names and images as trademarks?

Should famous people register their names and images as trademarks?

31 October 2021

diving deeper into the world of celebrity branding.

2021 Asia IP Patent Rankings

2021 Asia IP Patent Rankings

30 September 2021

The results of the 2021 Asia IP Patent survey are revealed. Who are Asia’s leading firms?

The Patent Squad

The Patent Squad

16 September 2021

examining when to use patents, and when to turn to an alternative form of protection.

Lost in Translation

Lost in Translation

16 September 2021

Choosing the wrong translator could lead to rejection or invalidation.

Ensuring patent innovation

Ensuring patent innovation

16 September 2021

Exploring the word innovation, and what it means for the future of the patent practice.

Can patent citations lead to real-world impact?

Can patent citations lead to real-world impact?

16 September 2021

Hundreds of thousands of scientific papers are published each year, believing they can make a difference in the real world.

How non-profits can protect their IP in the time of Covid-19

How non-profits can protect their IP in the time of Covid-19

16 September 2021

In the best of times, non-profit organizations are keeping a considerable quantity of sensitive information.

Should copyright be registered?

Should copyright be registered?

16 September 2021

Explaining whether creators should take the additional steps of registering their copyright to protect their creation of original literacy or artistic work.

The role of IP offices in Asia’s pandemic-riddled business landscape

The role of IP offices in Asia’s pandemic-riddled business landscape

15 September 2021

What can business enterprises in Asia do to overcome the effects of a Covid 19 resurgence and stay strong?

Damages awarded in IP cases continues to rise in China

Damages awarded in IP cases continues to rise in China

31 August 2021

Damage awards have skyrocketed in China in recent years, thanks to new legislation and changing court practices. Johnny Chan delves into the methods applied in damage calculation, advice on court selection and the evidence collection tips.

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