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Conflicts in Prosecco wine GI registration between Singapore and Australia

Wine has always been a delicious but sometimes bitter problem worldwide, particularly revolving around geographical indication. Recently, another conflict has arisen in Prosecco wine GI registration between Singapore and Australia. Prosecco Prosecco is an Italian DOC or DOCG white wine produced in a large area spanning nine provinces in the Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia regions, … While many have mistaken Prosecco to be a type of champaign, it is actually a sparkling wine mostly made in the Veneto region, Italy. Prosecco wines [...]

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New Data Protection Act in Sri Lanka

There has been a lot going on in Sri Lanka at the moment. Recently, the Government of Sri Lanka announced that this country was bankrupt, declaring a temporary suspension of repayment of all external debt. However, despite this news, just a few weeks before, the Government has just issued a new Data Protection Act in Sri Lanka. The Personal Data Protection Act was passed by the Sri Lankan Parliament without a vote after many amendments were made to the original [...]

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P63 million worth of potentially counterfeit items were seized in a mall in the Philippines

Recently, a P63 million worth of potentially counterfeit items were seized in a mall in Metro Manila, Philippines by the National Committee on Intellectual Property Rights (NCIPR). The National Committee on Intellectual Property Rights (NCIPR) The National Committee on Intellectual Property Rights (NCIPR) is an interagency body that formulates and implements plans and policies, as well as strengthens the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights in the Philippines. The NCIPR is composed of 15 members with the Department of Trade and [...]

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Twitter’s trademark battle in Singapore against a Singaporean tech startup

Twitter has been one of the most popular social media platforms in the entire world. Even the president of the United States or the richest man on Earth got the connection with this platform. However, besides all the commotion, in recent times, Twitter has actually been in a constant battle in Singapore against a Singaporean tech startup. According to a ruling on March 11, 2022, by the principal assistant registrar of Trade Marks Mark Lim, Twitter has won its trademark [...]

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Can copyright replace trademark protection in China?

Although it sounds like a bizarre thing to consider due to the difference in nature between the 2 aspects, however, can copyright replace trademark registration in China? Trademarks sometimes can be hard to register and protected due to the long registration time that may take up to years.  However, when an idea arises, the businesses can’t afford to wait for years to have all their rights registered and protected. Time is of the essence and losing time means losing opportunities.  This situation [...]

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Risks and solutions when entering China’s market

As China is one of the biggest markets in the world, there are many businesses that want to take their shot at expanding to this market. However, it’s not just easy to expand to China – one of the most populated countries in the world. Instead, there are many problems. One of the biggest ones is the protection of the brand.  The West is the pinnacle of civilizations, the home of leading technology that humanity has ever reached. Accordingly, if [...]

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Trademark Infringement In The Pharmaceutical Sector in India

India’s pharmaceutical business is booming, having grown by leaps and bounds in recent decades. The Indian government is making strenuous efforts to develop this industry by creating and enforcing legislation that is consistent with international standards. As the market grows and industry participants spend, protecting intellectual property rights is becoming increasingly crucial for enterprises. Despite the fact that Section 13 of the Trade Marks Act of 1999 forbids the use of chemical names as trademarks, it is standard practice [...]

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The CNIPA is cracking down on harmful trademark registration applications related to the Olympics

Olympic emblems, mascots, and athletes’ names have long been attractive trademark squatting targets. Famous athletes’ names, such as “Yao Ming,” “Liu Xiang,” and “Bolt,” have encountered trademark squatting. Gu Ailing stated in June 2019 that she has become a Chinese freestyle skier. Many others registered for registration of “Gu Ailing” in Chinese, “EILEEN GU,” and other similar trademarks in China in the same month. The Beijing Winter Olympics mascots “Bing Dwen Dwen” and “Shuey Rhon Rhon” were formally published to [...]

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The DHC-IPD Rules and the Patent Rules announced by the High Court of Delhi in India

Recently, on February 24, 2022, the DHC-IPD Rules and the Patent Rules were announced by the High Court of Delhi in India. The Rules are supposed to bring unity to the proceeding process in India, at the same time increase effectiveness of the procedures.  The DHC-IPD Rules were the Intellectual Property Division Rules, 2022, focusing on streamlining the process for resolving IP disputes in India.  It is also tasked with the swift handling of IP-related matters including appeals, petitions, revocation, and [...]

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CBDC and cryptocurrency, data privacy problem in Asia

At the China Conference: Southeast Asia 2022 virtual conference took place from March 23 – 24, 2022, Benedicte Nolens, head of the Hong Kong Centre at the BIS Innovation Hub has stated: “There is a real tension between data privacy and financial compliance.” This is not just a statement, but a reflection of reality as this issue has stuck around in society for quite some time now.  As a panelist at the session titled “How are digital currencies set to [...]

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