By Jagannathan Arumugam
Internet of Things (IoT), in simple words, is a wide area network (WAN) connecting computing devices and other devices that typically would have no connection to the internet such as industrial machinery, kiosks, kitchen appliances, etc. Such a WAN enables data collection and device sharing to communicate and share data in real time to realise the unification of virtual and physical worlds.
By P. Kandiah
The whole world knows of Greta Thunberg from online, print and broadcast media.
Greta Thunberg is a 17-year-old climate activist from Sweden. Her activities in the field of climate change have made her internationally well-known.
By Harley Rose
It’s Valentine’s Day, and these ten trademarks have us feeling the love!
By Harley Rose
The case of Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp & Anor v Hovid Bhd features a landmark decision made by the Federal Court of Malaysia on 21 August 2019. The issue brought to the Federal Court was whether the adjudication of an independent claim as invalid automatically renders claims which are dependent on that independent claim invalid, without the need for the court to consider separately the validity of each and every dependent claim.
By Sophie Sia
USA Pro IP Limited v Montfort Services Sdn Bhd  SGIPOS 3 & 4
“A Series of Unfortunate Events” is a 13-book series detailing the turbulent lives of the Baudelaire children. After their parents perish in a sudden fire, the Baudelaires are placed in the custody of a murderous relative, Count Olaf, who attempts to steal their inheritance through a myriad of malicious schemes. One may liken the Baudelaire’s tumultuous journey to the process of overcoming threshold and evidentiary hurdles associated with a bad faith trademark opposition.
By Megha Anand
While most of us are still absorbing the recent changes of Malaysia being a part of the Madrid Protocol for trademark filing along with new forms of trademarks that can now be registered due to this change, how can Patent Law in the country be deprived of the limelight??