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While the United States and Europe have been well-established IP hubs in the west for many years, Hong Kong and Singapore are now competing for the same status in Asia. Johnny Chan reports.
An amendment to South Korea’s patent law will expand the scope of discovery, but Michelle Ko explains that we’re not likely to see US-style discovery practices emerge – at least not yet.
Asian nations are actively expanding their list of GIs and see some of their most valuable goods protected through a myriad of national trademark laws and free trade agreements. Michelle Ko reports on...
The past few years have marked significant progress in the IP landscape in China, and some key individuals have played - and will continue to play - no small part in the strides forward. Asia IP looke...
Right at the Museum   2017-11-30
IP professionals across the world talk to Johnny Chan about copyright and trademark protection in museums.
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 Upadhyaya explore the use of scent marks in Europe, the...