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Guide for Trademark renewal

A trademark helps businesses and companies protect their brand image legally. Due to the fact that each trademark has a specific time of validity, renewing them is of the utmost importance. Below is some useful information that will help you gain a better general knowledge in renewing trademark. Trademark Renewal Generally, the duration of a trademark registration is 10 years with a possibility to renew every 10 years, but it may vary from country to country depending on the laws of the jurisdiction [...]

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Types of trademark in Singapore

What is type of trademark in Singapore? Trademark is defined as “A mark capable of being represented graphically and which is capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one person from those of others and may include the shape of goods, their packaging and a combination of colours”. (Trade Marks Act, 1999). A trade mark is a sign such as a word, device, brand, shape, color or any combination of these elements, which is capable of being graphically represented and [...]

Under the veil of Youtube copyright protection: Unfair uses and Infringements

Under the veil of Youtube copyright protection: Unfair uses and Infringements

Youtube is known as one of the most popular platforms for sharing and uploading video clips. Almost every type of video can be found uploaded on Youtube, except those violated Youtube’s general guidelines. However, there is one particular type of infringement that Youtube have not yet able to fully take control over: The Copyright infringement. What is Copyright? Generally speaking, copyright is the legal right that protects original works of authorship. Whenever one creates an original work, he/she automatically has the [...]

Chinese Patent Law 2021

Chinese Patent Law 2021: An Overview

The incoming fourth amendment to the Chinese patent law 2011 will become effective on June 1, 2021. China originally established the patent law in 1985, based on most developed countries’ regulations. The last amendment took place in 2008. Though still undergoing implementation and clarification, the fourth amendment signals that Chinese is moving towards harmonization with the laws of most major markets. Below are some notable changes in the revision. Pharmaceutical Patents The revised patent law introduces a patent linkage system. This [...]

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