Scope of Interference by an Appellate Court with Discretionary Orders11 May 2018
Interpretation of Wander Ltd. and Anr. v. Antox India P. Ltd.
Intellectual Property Incentives Form Key Component of Singapore Budget 201807 May 2018
The 2018 Singapore Budget, as announced by Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat, included a series of measues to boost the island nation's research and development and intellectual property taxation regime.
Standard Essential Patents Royalty Calculation in the Telecommunications Industry23 April 2018
What is the best way to calculate SEP royalties?
The Future If – Artificial Intelligence & Copyright Law23 April 2018
Expression and creativity are no loner innate only to humans.
Definitions of ‘Import’ and ‘Export’ for Trademark Infringement Purposes in Singapore Clarified in L...22 February 2018
Case of Louis Vuiton Malletier v. Megastar Shipping Pte Ltd  SGHC 305.
Indian Patent Office Shows Trend of Speedy Grants07 February 2018
Measures taken to reduce the backlog bearing fruits.
GI Registration for Rasgulla: Sweet News to be Taken With a Pinch of Salt?07 February 2018
The newsfeeds of intellectual property enthusiasts and connoisseurs of fine desserts were recently inundated with news of rasgulla - a syrupy desert of dumplings popular in India - being granted geographical indication registration in India.
Brunei's Patent Examination System to Increase Efficiency Through Agreement with Japan18 December 2017
BruIPO and JPO initiative to improve procedural efficiency.
Bolar Provision Applicability to Exports18 December 2017
Analysis of application of Bolar Provision.
IP During Challenging Economic Times18 December 2017
The increased realization and dependence on innovation and a strong intellectual property management strategy can be seen in even the smallest of companies up to the biggest multinational corporations in practically any industry as they invest in IP...
Definition of PHOSITA Revisited in a Recent Judgment18 December 2017
How was the PHOSITA definition interpreted?
Making Scents of Olfactory Marks18 December 2017
Not only do scents add commercial value to a product, but they can also perform as a distinctive feature of a product. Manish Biala and Ashutosh Upadhyaha explore the use scent marks in Europe, the United States and - perhaps one day - India.
The Use of Survey Evidence in Trademark Disputes14 November 2017
Survey evidence has traditionally been used in trademark infringement disputes to establish a likelihood of confusion. Over the years, survey evidence has also been relied upon by persons aggrieved by an entry on the Register to establish non-use of...