Indonesia’s Improving IP Regime21 August 2012
With a newly-installed IP Arbitration Board and a rewritten trademark law looming, might Indonesia find itself with an improving global reputation on intellectual property rights protection? Gregory Glass reports.
Shining Lights31 March 2010
Announcing the first annual IP Counsel of the Year Awards, Gregory Glass speaks to the winners, and finds out what makes a leading light in Asia’s in-house counsel landscape.
Securitizing Intellectual Property Rights31 August 2010
In times of financial difficulty, more and more IP owners are turning to securitizing their IP rights in order to benefit from the cheap financing available in today’s marketplace. But, as Talal Bijjani warns, securitizing IP rights is highly c...
India: Parallel Imports and the Exhaustion of Rights06 May 2011
How many times have we admired newly-launched products and have craved to own such a product to the envy of others? The only consideration that leaves us pondering over the decision to buy that object of our desire is the exorbitant price tag it come...
Vietnam’s intellectual property law amended to comply with CPTPP31 July 2019
On its road to joining the CPTPP, Vietnam has amended many of its intellectual property laws. Le Xuan Thao reports on some of the highlights.
Singapore trade minister urges nation to redouble IP efforts27 August 2019
Chan Chung Sing, minister for Trade and Industry of Singapore said that intangible assets including IP will increasingly drive the next wave of global growth. Because of this Singapore should redouble its efforts.
CROSS-BORDER TAXATION30 April 2019
In order to stimulate innovation, many jurisdictions have implemented some sort of preferential tax regime for income generated by innovative activities. Friggo Kraaijeveld explains how innovation box regimes work with regard to cross-border taxation...
Managing Your Portfolio30 April 2019
Proper portfolio management techniques can also maximize the value of your IP. Lawyers share their top tips with Johnny Chan.
IP filings up 15 percent in the Philippines30 April 2019
Intellectual property filings in the Philippines, both from Filipinos and foreign nationals, saw an increase of 15 percent in 2018, reflecting the continued growth of the local creative and scientific economy.