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Philippines steps up rules of procedure for IP rights cases

By Amanda Carlota, Federis & Associates
The Supreme Court’s Revised Rules of Procedure for Intellectual Property Rights Cases took effect on 16 November 2020, amending the rules that had been in place since 2011. The revised rules apply to all Regional Trial Courts designated by the Supreme Court as Special Commercial Courts, which have jurisdiction over intellectual property (IP) rights cases

A contemporary IP regime

A lot of changes are underway to strengthen the intellectual property (IP) system in India. This article captures a snapshot of several initiatives made in this direction

Copyright and judicial proceedings

Is copyright infringed if documents are copied for the purposes of judicial proceedings?

Risks of misusing copyrighted educational material

By Xing Keke and Guo Jincheng, Yuanhe Partners

Out of harmony

Clarity from the Intellectual Property Appellate Board is required to lessen tensions between music labels and broadcasters

Are copyright infringement offences cognizable or not?

By Akanksha Kar, LexOrbis

Focus on the Spotify case

Manoj K Singh and Samridh Ahuja explore compulsory licensing in India’s copyright regime

Light at the end of tunnel in New Balance copyright case

By Ming Xingnan and Ding Jinling, Wanhuida Peksung IP Group

Several key issues regarding image copyright infringement disputes

By Li Binxin and Shang Guangzhen, AnJie Law Firm

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Practical issues in trade secret infringement cases

By Liu Qinghui, AnJie Law Firm
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Requirements, validity of franchise contracts: A case study

By Song Ruyi and Li Tingwei, SHIAC
Focus on what constitutes a guaranteed redemption, 信托公司承诺以固定价格受让信托受益权是否构成刚兑?, Li Xinqian and Ren Guobing, Jingtian & Gongcheng

Focus on what constitutes a guaranteed redemption

By Li Xinqian and Ren Guobing, Jingtian & Gongcheng
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Suspension of employment during the pandemic

By Laurie Christine P Quiambao, ACCRALAW

The honourable secretary of the Department of Labour and Employment has signed DO No. 215-20, which means that an employee may be placed on a floating status, or temporarily laid off, for the said period without losing his or her employment

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