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Once a trademark application has passed the substantive examination, it is published in the local trademark gazette for opposition purposes. In the two-month period following this publication date, any interested party is entitled to file an opposition to challenge the registration of the mark.
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The company, Keep Waddling International Pte. Ltd. (“the Applicant”) filed an application for the mark ChampPengW in Singapore on 28th March 2017 in class 33 for “sparkling wines, all originating from Chile”
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Suppose you own a registered trademark in Singapore and are planning to authorize another party to use the mark in the country on your behalf.
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If you’re looking to start a small business in Singapore, a checklist will prove invaluable to keep track of all you need to do, and when. After all, there are numerous tasks to look into as a fresh entrepreneur and it’s easy to miss out on a few vital steps.
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So what can be registered as a trademark in Singapore? There are “classic” trademarks such as words, names, or devices, but there are also trademarks of a new generation called non-conventional or non-traditional trademarks.
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Cyber transactions have increased immensely in recent years. In parallel, this has increased the risk of a data breach for users. Businesses commonly collect and store their customers’ personal data such as names, e-mail addresses, mobile phone numbers, credit card details, identification numbers and other personal details, which put that confidential and sensitive information at...
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When you have a business, using a trademark to differentiate your products or services from that of others is critical to build a strong brand image.
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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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The International Trademark Association (INTA) is conducting its 142nd Annual Meeting in Singapore from 25 to 29 April this year. We hope you will join us.
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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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