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Regularly, IPHub selects one court ruling to help you understand Singapore Intellectual Property law. This week we’ve picked one opposition filed by the famous company Starbucks Corporation against the registration of a mark filed by Morinaga Nyugyo Kabushiki Kaisha. Once a mark is published in the official gazette, any interested third party is entitled to...
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Copyright is one type of Intellectual Property that provides valuable protection which we should not ignore.
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Intellectual property is intangible in nature. However, it is granted similar rights as those granted to physical properties. The owners are given exclusive rights to use them, and as such, do not need to worry about losing profit through imitation.
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The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) provides this definition for Intellectual Property: Intellectual Property (IP) refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names and images used in commerce.
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Here is some practical advice that you should not neglect when applying for design protection in Singapore.
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When you start a business, it’s natural to be overwhelmed by a lot of things that demand your immediate attention.
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Singapore has consistently ranked no.1 in Asia since 2015, for its commitment to strengthening its Intellectual Property rights protection and creating awareness of the value of Intellectual Property.
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The fashion and lifestyle sector is steadfastly growing and offering more and more business opportunities to luxury brand owners in Southeast Asia.
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2019 has seen some significant changes in Intellectual Property in Singapore, specially in relation to trademarks, designs, and Geographical Indications.
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And why this will be an awesome year for IP in Asia 2019 comes to an end and it is now time to anticipate the biggest changes and the major Intellectual Property events in 2020 in Asia:  New trademark law in Myanmar A new trademark law will be implemented in 2020 in Myanmar, which will...
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