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Trademarks

At long last, Myanmar launches new trademark law

At long last, Myanmar launches new trademark law

09 October 2020

After more than 25 years, Myanmar has finally come out with its new Trademark Law beginning with its soft opening on October 1, 2020.

The coding lawyer decoded

The coding lawyer decoded

30 September 2020

Whether designed to improve a lawyer’s knowledge of the language of computers or merely to improve his problem solving ability, coding lawyers are everywhere.

Using trademarks as collateral

Using trademarks as collateral

30 September 2020

Trademarks and other IP are increasingly being used as collateral. Asia IP examines why intellectual property can work well as a security – and why lenders still resist accepting it.

INTA 2020 Annual Meeting: Online, on-demand and AI-powered

INTA 2020 Annual Meeting: Online, on-demand and AI-powered

30 September 2020

What’s on tap for the INTA 2020 November meetings?

Patents in Space

Patents in Space

06 October 2020

The conflict between IP Rights and Space Law.

INTA 2020 Annual Meeting to hold Women’s LeadershIP Initiative Workshop

INTA 2020 Annual Meeting to hold Women’s LeadershIP Initiative Workshop

06 October 2020

The workshop is part of a program aimed at including more women in trademark and allowing them to assume positions they deserve in their workplaces.

Beyonce-titled song in India sang tunes of trademark infringement

Beyonce-titled song in India sang tunes of trademark infringement

05 October 2020

International pop singer Beyonce Knowles had trademarked her name in India. The title has been changed twice.

Spreading IP Education to School Systems

Spreading IP Education to School Systems

05 October 2020

The IPOPHL achieves a big step towards mainstreaming Intellectual Property in high school.

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.

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.

Australia explores possible new GI right under Australia-EU Free Trade Agreement

Australia explores possible new GI right under Australia-EU Free Trade Agreement

30 September 2020

Protecting certain EU GI rights in Australia may be more complicated for the food and beverage industry than it seems.

Fighting over Elvis

Fighting over Elvis

30 September 2020

Can you own a celebrity’s name to trademark your product?

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.

The Hungry Beef

The Hungry Beef

29 September 2020

What makes a food dish original and unique?

Mitsubishi Electric wins trademark infringement lawsuit in China

Mitsubishi Electric wins trademark infringement lawsuit in China

28 September 2020

The company is up against factory-automation product counterfeiters.

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