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Reimagining INTA

The CEO of the International Trademark Association, Etienne Sanz de Acedo, talks to Asia Business Law Journal about his reinvention of the global flagship INTA Annual Meeting event with a bold move to the virtual sphere in this pandemic year

Reimagining INTA

The CEO of the International Trademark Association, Etienne Sanz de Acedo, talks to Asia Business Law Journal about his reinvention of the global flagship INTA Annual Meeting event with a bold move to the virtual sphere in this pandemic year

A feud brews over a coffee trademark claim

By Manisha Singh and Simran Bhullar, LexOrbis

Stricter approach to similarity in pharma trademark cases

By Omesh Puri and Ruchi Sarin, LexOrbis

Recommended drafting practises for FFL disclosure

By Piyush Sharma and Joginder Singh, LexOrbis

Amending use claims in trademark cases

By Omesh Puri and Ruchi Sarin, LexOrbis

Trademark Office response measures during the pandemic

By Claire Zhao, Sanyou Intellectual Property Agency

Gaining the advantage against trademark squatters

By Frank Liu and Sandy Shan, Tiantai Law Firm

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

Tipping Point

Intellectual property protection faces new challenges as the world readjusts to a post-pandemic reality and its associated trade tensions

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

Problems, countermeasures of decentralized TM management

By Frank Liu and Adam Zhu, Tiantai Law Firm

Trademark transfer issues for previously licensed trademarks (part 2)

By Shi Yakai and Hu Miao, Sanyou Intellectual Property Agency

Gin and the jam over ‘genericness’

By Mila Federis, Federis & Associates

How Colgate defended its brand

Pravin Anand and Achuthan Sreekumar illustrate how limited information isn't a barrier to stopping an infringing activity

Bevatas is distinct from Bevetex, rules Delhi HC

By Omesh Puri and Keya Joshi, LexOrbis

Trademark transfer issues for previously licensed trademarks

By Shi Yakai and Hu Miao, Sanyou Intellectual Property Agency

Controlling legal risks in trademark transfers

By Shan Xunping, Dentons

Registration of 3D trademarks

By He Wei, Wanhuida Intellectual Property

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Gauging substantive similarity in software copyright disputes

By Chen Jing, Commerce & Finance Law Offices
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Future tense

In uncertain times, there are still plenty of opportunities for international law firms in China. The key is agility and adaptation.

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Moving targets

With IP infringers shifting pirated content to mirror websites following takedown orders, Delhi High Court has started allowing dynamic injunctions to block new means of broadcasting the material

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Reimagining INTA

The CEO of the International Trademark Association, Etienne Sanz de Acedo, talks to Asia Business Law Journal about his reinvention of the global flagship INTA Annual Meeting event with a bold move to the virtual sphere in this pandemic year

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All rise

Advocates and court administrators are navigating the technology and direction of virtual courts like never before, but is enough being done to make these forums smooth and accessible?

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Reimagining INTA

The CEO of the International Trademark Association, Etienne Sanz de Acedo, talks to Asia Business Law Journal about his reinvention of the global flagship INTA Annual Meeting event with a bold move to the virtual sphere in this pandemic year

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Crisis point

Faced with the greatest challenge in recent memory, law firms are ripping up the rule book in their battle for survival

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Profit v losses

As an elusive covid-19 vaccine draws closer, big pharma is licking its lips at the monetary potential of what could be a virtually limitless ongoing global demand. But governments may use compulsory licensing regulation to tilt the scale towards affordability as the death toll escalates