With Madras High Court’s new IP Division, other High Courts in India should follow suit28 April 2023
The aim is for timely disposal and resolution of IP cases, says IP attorney Manisha Singh
2022 India IP Awards31 October 2022
Intellectual property owners have been overwhelmingly positive about the changes they’ve seen to India’s IP regime over recent years.
A way to reinforce your patents in China31 August 2022
It is almost inevitable that a patent owner will receive a patent invalidation action from an accused during a patent infringement proceeding in China, with the aim of uprooting the entire patent right. Johnson Ge provides insights into China’s curre...
What we should know from the first NFT infringement case in China08 July 2022
For the owners of brands and copyrights, the metaverse, which has suddenly become hot in the past two years, shows a new and untapped huge market. In particular, the emergence of NFTs – non-fungible tokens – has really opened the imagination space fo...
Australian politician may take further legal action for copyright infringement of online photo09 June 2022
South Australian independent federal MP Rebekha Sharkie threatened to take further legal action against Christian advocacy organization Australian Christian Lobby (ACL) for distributing two flyers using her photo without her consent.
Hong Kong joins hands with Japan and South Korea to combat IP rights infringement02 June 2022
As Hong Kong witnesses a growing popularity of Japanese and South Korean IP contents, as well as rapid technological developments in recent years, it is crucial to strengthen the mutual cooperation among the organizations protecting IP rights in thes...
Philippines IP Experts 202231 March 2022
IP filings in the Philippines increased by 11.6 percent in 2021 to a total of 46,496, recovering significantly from the 2020 drop as lighter quarantine restrictions last year reignited business and IP-related activities, the Intellectual Property Off...
IP infringement, John Doe orders and privacy protect features for domain names01 May 2022
A John Doe order is passed when the violator’s identity is unknown. In this case, the Defendants cannot be identified, with nary an information found on domain name database www.whois.com.
2022 IP Profiles Survey28 February 2022
In September, Asia IP will publish the 2022 edition of Asia IP Profiles. This guide is the definitive resource for companies trying to identify the best IP practices in the region, and is based on editorial research, and surveys submitted by leading...
Jing Lu joins Shihui Partners as partner22 March 2022
Beijing-based Lu specializes in data compliance, life sciences transactions.
Jennifer Waitman joins Kilpatrick Townsend in New York22 March 2022
Waitman brings extensive trademark prosecution experience in China, other jurisdictions.
The Winners of the Asia IP 2021 Awards17 January 2022
You have spoken. The verdict is in. And the winners are...
The Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Renaissance clarifies the legal test for the infringement o...17 January 2022
On January 19, 2022, India’s apex court delivered its decision in Renaissance Hotel Holdings Inc v. B Vijaya Sai & Ors., Civil Appeal, 404 of 2022, setting the law on the tests to determine trademark infringement, holding that when a defendant uses a...