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Proposed Amendments To Indonesias IP Law

Proposed Amendments To Indonesia’s IP Law

Indonesia’s intellectual property (IP) e-filing system was gradually implemented in recent years, and its capability for remote filings of intellectual property applications immediately became a important tool during the COVID-19 epidemic. As a result of the increased use, the system’s development has accelerated, and the Directorate General of Intellectual Property (DGIP) may now accept all forms of IP filings online. Beyond just allowing the DGIP to continue accepting applications throughout the epidemic, this has had a significant beneficial influence on the [...]

Thailand Intellectual Property Licensing Laws

Thailand’s Intellectual Property (IP) Licensing Laws

The term Intellectual Property (IP) refers to inventions of the human creative mind such as , literary and artistic works; inventions; designs; and commercial symbols, names, and pictures. Despite the fact that intellectual property is a tremendous tool for economic development and wealth generation, it is not being utilized to its full potential in all nations. Intellectual property has always played an important role in the globalization of social, economic, and cultural development. Building a robust intellectual property portfolio is [...]

Combating IP Infringement on the Internet

Combating IP Infringement on the Internet

You’ve put in a lot of effort to establish your company. It took a lot of sacrifices to bring it to where it is now. Then, all of a sudden, you find out that someone online is infringing on your IP. It’s easy to think of going directly to court and suing them for whatever you can in the heat of the moment. However, it makes sense to think about your options first. To begin, consider the following questions: What IP is [...]

China plans to improve international collaboration in the field of intellectual property rights

China plans to improve international collaboration in the field of intellectual property rights

During the 14th five-year plan period (2021-2025), China is trying to strengthen a larger and deeper opening-up of the intellectual property rights (IPR) sector in order to improve international IPR collaboration, according to the IPR authorities. Gan Shaoning, deputy head of the National Intellectual Property Administration (NIPA), noted that the IPR authorities have developed three significant measures aimed at breaking new ground in global IPR cooperation. China to improve international IPR collaboration To begin, China will actively participate in global IPR governance, [...]

Thailand significant courtroom victory trademarking video game titles

Thailand: significant courtroom victory trademarking video game titles

A video game’s title is perhaps one of the most valuable assets a game developer owns. When a game title is registered as a trademark, it gives the owner exclusive rights to the title and prevents others from using it for their own games, goods, or services. However, whether a game title is descriptive of the computer game is a question that has arisen periodically in Thailand in connection with trademark applications for video game titles. According to current practice, [...]

Top Misconceptions About Trademarks in the Business World

Top Misconceptions About Trademarks in the Business World

What are the functions of a trademark? There are numerous answers to this question, but the most persuasive is the Trademark’s distinguishing function. Customers internalize your business and identify your products or services in this approach. This is how you compete in today’s highly competitive market and how you keep ahead of the competition. This is how you protect yourself against possible competitors and their counterfeit signs. This is how you acquire traction in the memory game and win. Nonetheless, because intellectual [...]

Technology and Intellectual Property Rights

Technology and Intellectual Property Rights in EU

Copyright, database rights, confidentiality, and trade secrets are the most important IP rights in connection to technology (mostly software and data). Software and business processes that modify and process data are likewise covered by patents and rights to inventions, though not in the same way as data itself. Software, data, and other technological products are all eligible for trademark protection. Copyright Copyright does exactly what it says on the tin: it prevents the copying of information’s form or expression but not [...]

Protecting Your Intellectual Property on Social Media

Protecting Your Intellectual Property on Social Media

Many of our daily activities are now centered on social media. As a result, intellectual property law is dragged in, and failing to take basic actions to protect your property might result in the loss of your intellectual property rights. This article examines three common intellectual property types, their interactions with social media, and some best practices that every organization should follow in order to function in social media without exposing itself to needless intellectual property risks. Once creative works [...]

All You Need To Know About Trademarks

All You Need To Know About Trademarks

We are inundated with an ever-increasing number of products with (“) and (®) as industries strive to obtain a legal monopoly on their unique ideas through trademark registration. But what are the meanings of these symbols? We’ll go beyond the well-known symbols in this article and look at the many types of trademarks for both products and non-products, as well as the protection they provide and some terms that are prohibited. Here is a thorough list of general and [...]

South Korea reported a surplus in intellectual property rights commerce 1

In the first half of the year, South Korea reported a surplus in intellectual property rights commerce

According to central bank data, South Korea had a surplus in the trade of intellectual property rights in the first half of this year, as copyright exports rose. A surplus in intellectual property rights commerce According to preliminary statistics from the Bank of Korea, the nation’s intellectual property account surplus was US$850 million in the first half, compared to a deficit of $1.11 billion in the second half of previous year. It was the first six-month surplus since the nation reported a [...]

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