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International recognition of Philippine IP strategies

By Ramon Emil Olea, Federis & Associates
As patent practitioners in Asia, the author is often asked whether or not our patent protection system provides legal protection to computer-implemented inventions

IP protection for auto exterior design

By Nancy Nan, AnJie Law Firm

IP protection strategies in a new legal environment

By Frank Liu, Shanghai Pacific Legal

Patents or know-how protection? How to choose

By Dang Xiaolin, Sanyou Intellectual Property Agency 

Patent protection for Japanese businesses in India

By Joginder Singh and Rajeev Kumar, LexOrbis

China’s IP makeover

Top-down intellectual property reforms include major judicial and legislative change, solving problems that have affected enterprises for decades. But do the changes go far enough?

Full disclosure of working methods may be required

By DPS Parmar, LexOrbis

Toys are marching towards autonomy and growth

By Manisha Singh and Neha Manoria, LexOrbis

Anti-suit injunctions and the Xiaomi v InterDigital dispute

By Huang Wei and Yin Bei, Tian Yuan Law Firm

Controlling costs: deletion versus amendment of claims

By Vidisha Garg, Anand and Anand
Patent filings in India have increased from 47,854 patent applications in 2017-18 to 50,667 in 2018-19. Considering India has become such an important jurisdiction, the cost of filing patent applications has become a concern

Jumping the patent exam queue in the Philippines

By Ramon Emil T Olea, Federis & Associates
Depending on the technology of the invention sought for protection, it may take three to five years from filing or national-phase entry of the application to the patent being granted

Emerging trends in patent legislation

Patent laws are fast evolving across the world, and nowhere more so than Asia. Emerging case laws and new legislation are helping shape stronger intellectual property laws for regional players

Landmark judgments further Indian IP regime

Patent laws are fast evolving across the world, and nowhere more so than Asia. Emerging case laws and new legislation are helping shape stronger intellectual property laws for regional players

Patent law 2020 to usher in new IP era in China

Patent laws are fast evolving across the world, and nowhere more so than Asia. Emerging case laws and new legislation are helping shape stronger intellectual property laws for regional players

Philippines IP office leads the way in covid times

Patent laws are fast evolving across the world, and nowhere more so than Asia. Emerging case laws and new legislation are helping shape stronger intellectual property laws for regional players

Recommended drafting practises for FFL disclosure

By Piyush Sharma and Joginder Singh, LexOrbis

New trend in system of ‘dismiss first, sue separately’?

By Xiang Li and Lian Chenghe, Yuanhe Partners

Fame hard to attain in the Philippines

By Amanda Carlota, Federis & Associates
Over time, a trademark can achieve a level of public recognition and reputation that merits official acknowledgement. The key advantage of owning a famous mark is the expanded protection provided by article 6bis of the Paris Convention, which has been codified in sections 123(e) and (f) of the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines

Don’t wait – register your design patent in China now

By Maggie Yang, Corner Stone & Partners
Registering your design patent first is the best way to avoid your design patent from being hijacked

First in line

A detailed analysis of Taiwan’s intellectual property regime: Trademark protection is obtained through registration and Taiwan follows the first-to-file system

Keeping in step with the times

Patent offices and courts have introduced proactive measures in response to the COVID-19 lockdown

Pursuing additional content after a patent application

By Joginder Singh and Piyush Sharma, LexOrbis

Revised IRR for patents, utility models and designs

By Ramon Emil T Olea, Patent specialist, Federis & Associates
The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) in October 2019 released its proposed amendments to the revised implementing rules and regulations (IRR) for patents, utility models and industrial designs

Patent applications on inventions for pharmaceutical use

By Wu Xiaoping and Zhang Mengqian, Wanhuida Intellectual Property
If a Chinese medical research institute applies for the patent of a US brand-name drug that might cure COVID-19, as a ‘secondary use’ invention does it constitute squatting?

Dealing with delays at the IPO

The Patent Office making exceptions for delays to applications due to COVID-19 is welcome, but it should adopt more applicant-friendly policies for other cases too

Minefields in patent due diligence for high-tech financing

By Tang Huadong and Zhong Yueping, Merits & Tree Law Offices

Are copyright infringement offences cognizable or not?

By Akanksha Kar, LexOrbis

Preventing TM dilution into a generic name

By Brenda Zhao, Corner Stone & Partners

Protection of GUI industrial design patents

By Xiang Li and Guo Jincheng, Yuanhe Partners

Patent processes: Who carries burden of proof?

By Swati Gupta, LexOrbis

Overcoming trademark refusal in China

By Nick Ji, Corner Stone & Partners

iTerm too descriptive for internet insurance policies

By Keya Joshi, LexOrbis

The risk of giving ground in patent applications

By DPS Parmar, LexOrbis

Patents of addition lack examination procedures

By Preeti Sharma, LexOrbis

Growing role of declaration of non-infringement

By DPS Parmar, LexOrbis

Focus on fourth amendment of China’s Trademark Law

By Brenda Zhao, Corner Stone & Partners

Philippine IP office tackles divisional patent applications

By Editha Hechanova and Chrissie Ann L Barredo, Hechanova & Co

Emerging opportunities from the critical role of patents

By Rajiv Bhatnagar, Anand and Anand

Immoral compass?

When the patent office acts as India’s conscience

Interim protection of patents for invention

By Chen Jian, Geng Yunfeng, Sanyou Intellectual Property Agency, Beijing Wan Rui Law Firm

Innovation and patent protection for startups

By Pankaj Musyuni, LexOrbis

SEB v. PRB and Tall & Stout

By Zhang Shuhua, Wanhuida Peksung

Revised guidelines improve Taiwan patent exam quality

By Chien Hsiu-Ru, Lee and Li

Exploring expert evidence in patent matters

By Pravin Anand and Prachi Agarwal, Anand and Anand

Invisible innovators

We need a global patent system that protects grassroots inventors and ensures inclusive growth

Gathering scale in patent outsourcing services

By Dr Sushil Kumar, Clairvolex Knowledge Processes

Process collaboration: a strategic approach to IP

By TS Sharat, Clairvolex Knowledge Processes

Patentees tread carefully without implementing regulations

The third revision of the PRC Patent Law took effect on 1 October, but implementing regulations only exist in draft form. China Business Law Journal asked lawyers and corporate counsel how the new law was working out in practice

Patent strategy depends on search and analytics

By Monika Rani Gadgala, Clairvolex Knowledge Processes

Royalty excludes sale of drawings and designs

By Sumes Dewan and Shradha Puri,KR Chawla & Co

Battle over ‘home-grown knowledge’

US intellectual property lawyers experts suggested India home-grown knowledge

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