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Pharm Corp Billionaire

Pharm Corp Billionaire

18 November 2020

Before entering into India’s drug market, you must learn the expertise shared in this feature. Otherwise, you are bound to fail in the prosecution process and ultimately achieve a very disturbing bottom line. Johnny Chan reports.

13 IP missteps startups and small firms must avoid during the pandemic

13 IP missteps startups and small firms must avoid during the pandemic

31 October 2020

How can small businesses utilize adequate, efficient and timely IP rights protections to survive these challenging times?

An Indian perspective to the evolution and comparisons of trans-border reputation

An Indian perspective to the evolution and comparisons of trans-border reputation

31 October 2020

Despite lack of actual physical presence, these trademarks have been held to have acquired trans-border reputation and thus deemed worthy of protection.

In anticipation of Myanmar’s new trademark law

In anticipation of Myanmar’s new trademark law

31 October 2020

After more than 25 years, Myanmar has finally come out with its new trademark law. Excel V. Dyquiangco reports.

China's IP Experts 2020

China's IP Experts 2020

31 October 2020

Who are the top IP lawyers and practitioners in China?

Indian courts and IP offices adapt to Covid-19’s ‘new normal’

Indian courts and IP offices adapt to Covid-19’s ‘new normal’

31 October 2020

How are India's courts and IP offices adapting to the new normal, and providing support to India's drive to be an attractive business destination?

A guide to IP licensing in India

A guide to IP licensing in India

31 October 2020

Lawyers explain exactly what a licensing agreement in India requires to succeed.

Protecting the ‘secret sauce’ of food truck recipes

Protecting the ‘secret sauce’ of food truck recipes

31 October 2020

At a time when recipes can be easily replicated via social media or other video platforms, how can the food truck owner protect his grandmother’s family legacy?

China closes loophole on trademark infringement for original equipment manufacturing

China closes loophole on trademark infringement for original equipment manufacturing

27 October 2020

In a recent ruling, China proves to have listened to the voices of foreign brands by protecting their trademarks better, even if the logos are printed on exports.

Can open source IP bring the vaccine to the world?

Can open source IP bring the vaccine to the world?

19 October 2020

As scientists around the world work feverishly on a vaccine for Covid-19, lawyers are exploring ways to share the intellectual property involved in the research. Could open source licensing might be the solution.

Patent invalidation profile and strategy in China

Patent invalidation profile and strategy in China

30 September 2020

A Supreme Court judicial interpretation is bringing changes to the adjudication of patent invalidity cases in China. Guanyang Yao and Jian Zhang explain what is needed to win before the Patent Reexamination and Invalidation Department and the courts.

Trademark licensing and franchising in Cambodia

Trademark licensing and franchising in Cambodia

30 September 2020

As Cambodia’s economy has developed, world-class brands have come to the Kingdom across a wide range of industries. Khieu Mealy, Chhim Leakena and Mary Sonita explain how parties to licenses and franchises can all fully exercise their rights.

Defeating trademark infringers

Defeating trademark infringers

30 September 2020

Trademark infringers continue to challenge rights owners and the lawyers who assist them. Here are some recent failed attempts by infringers from around the region.

Five tips to protect your trademarks

Five tips to protect your trademarks

30 September 2020

Nick Redfearn, deputy CEO at Rouse in Jakarta, shares five key tips to help protect your trademarks from infringers.

How the new patent law impacts new technologies in China

How the new patent law impacts new technologies in China

30 September 2020

As China has quickly emerged as a hub for computer technology, the government has acted to ensure the country’s laws keep pace. How does the country’s new patent law impact new technologies?

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