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A contribution to the IP literature by proposing a definition of the IP service provider and three hypotheses that determine the choice for outsourced IP work.

To the ordinary consumer, trademark-infringing and counterfeit goods are simply perceived to be “fake” because they look identical to an established product but, from a legal perspective, things are not that simple.

A detailed examination of the Patent Prosecution strategies in the Asian region, the judicious use of the PPH and the consideration of regional treaties.

On March 1, 2018, the validation agreement between the European Patent Office and Cambodia will enter into force. Discover how validation agreements can streamline patent filings globally and help applicants reduce costs.

Die Studie "The future of Intellectual Property" beschreibt, wie sich das Management von IP künftig verändern wird und leitet daraus Strategieoptionen ab.

World Bank GDP data for 2017 for the Asia Pacific region illustrates the enormous diversity in GDP, and thus market, and in turn trademark considerations.

Kazuya Sekiguchi and Martin Chatel shed light on possible benefits for European patent applicants seeking to protect their innovation beyond the European market

As a law firm in Singapore active in IP, you will be confronted with one question: “How can we effectively and efficiently manage our clients’ IP portfolio?”

South Africa's depository patent system merely examines patent applications for compliance with the requisite formalities deemed necessary for the patent grant.

Patent system inconsistencies in the gulf region mean there is a desire for a unified court and a more harmonized approach.

According to Wipo’s statistics for the year 2015, the African continent was the recipient of approx. 0.5 percent of the world’s patent filings in that year.

Lawyer Monthly spoke with Dr. Richard Brunner about how technology and blockchain will disrupt the protection of Intellectual Property.

Brazil is notorious for the long pendency of patent application. The average amount of time for patents to be issued with two office actions is over 12-14 years

Discover how Article 4 (1) (e) of Directive (EU) 2015/2436 amended the absolute grounds for the refusal of a sign.

When considering an “ASEAN IP strategy”, one must consider what is meant by “ASEAN” and “Asia”. These terms can be loosely interpreted or used interchangeably.