A look at trademark dilution – and how it impacts brands05 July 2022
The more successful the trademark is, the more likely it may become generic, which causes the trademark owner to lose its exclusive right in their trademark. Lawyers share their best practices for avoiding genericide
IP filing in multiple jurisdictions: How to navigate contrasting laws05 July 2022
Differences in legislation concerning intellectual property rights, how they are recognized and how they are enforced among jurisdictions create challenges for IP rights applicants. Lawyers share their best tips with Asia IP.
Thailand IP Experts 202205 July 2022
Thailand has made significant progress in strengthening the protection of intellectual property in the country, the government has told the United States. The conversation, held on the sidelines during bilateral talks during this year’s APEC Minister...
Indonesia IP Experts 202204 July 2022
Nearly 90 percent of businesses in Indonesia’s creative economy lack intellectual property protection, Vice President Ma’ruf Amin said on World Intellectual Property Day in April. “In fact, collaboration, synergy schemes, as well as alignment of...
New Zealand IP Experts 202230 April 2022
New Zealand has been in the headlines of IP-focused publications and the mainstream media this year, particularly since the Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand (IPONZ) ruled recently that artificial intelligence cannot be an inventor.
IP Experts 2022 Australia30 April 2022
Kangaroos, koalas, the Outback and Bondi Beach dominate the thoughts of those of us not fortunate enough to live down under. (As do, to be fair, the thoughts of deadly creatures like insects and spiders who will happily kill you just for looking at t...
Pakistan IP Experts 202230 April 2022
Atta-ur-Rahman, former chairman of Pakistan’s Higher Education Commission and president of the Network of Academies of Science of OIC Countries, writing in Pakistan’s The International News, acknowledged recently that Pakistan is challenged by its te...
Hong Kong IP Experts 202230 April 2022
With China’s forthcoming Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area well on its way to fruition, Hong Kong-based lawyers will continue to play a key role in the development of intellectual property in the region.
Artificial Creators: Can Works by AI Warrant IP Protection?30 April 2022
When discussing artificial intelligence, people often focus on how far AI can go. Ivy Choi asks: Are IP regimes in the region ready for a world where AI can be regarded as a creator or inventor?
WHEN IP GOES TO WAR30 April 2022
The Russia-Ukraine war has impacted many parts of the global economy, from rising fuel prices to looming food shortages. Excel V. Dyquiangco examines the story that the mainstream media misses: the coming battle over intellectual property.
ASCI guidelines for advertising and promotion of virtual digital assets and services24 June 2022
A lack of structural framework for regulation of virtual digital assets, such as NFTs and cryptocurrencies, and the advertisement of such in India, has resulted in ambiguous and opaque advertisements.
Mohini V. joins Remfry & Sagar’s equity partnership19 May 2022
Gurugram firm also promotes seven others in 2022 partnership round.
Anirban Mohapatra promoted to partner at Cyril Amarchand19 May 2022
Bengaluru-based Mohapatra advises on TMT, data privacy matters.
Australian politician may take further legal action for copyright infringement of online photo09 June 2022
South Australian independent federal MP Rebekha Sharkie threatened to take further legal action against Christian advocacy organization Australian Christian Lobby (ACL) for distributing two flyers using her photo without her consent.
Singapore: Revision in IP practice and official fees from April 29, 202231 March 2022
The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) has announced certain changes to IP practices, as well as a general increase in official fees.