We are delighted and honoured to be recognised as Patent and Trademark Leaders in the 2021 edition of WIPR Leaders. Profiling the leading IP practitioners from around the world, WIPR sought views from 12,000 IP professionals to select this year’s leaders after a four month nomination process.
The complete list of WIPR Leaders 2021 can be viewed at http://bit.ly/WIPRLeaders21
The Intellectual Property Office of Vietnam (IP Viet Nam) issued Notification No. 13822/TB-SHTT on 23 November 2020, setting rigid requirements on signatories of executed documents submitted thereto, which addressed the Power of Attorney and Deed of Assignment.
The figures obtained from the Malaysian Intellectual Property Corporation (MyIPO) shows the performance over 2020 in some sectors of the economy. MIMOS Berhad retains its top position, while Top Glove climbs to second ranking. The rest of the list reveals some surprises and a few new entries:
We’ve received a LOT of questions since the announcement of the soft opening commencement date – so here are some FAQs to help you navigate through this period…
Mark your calendars! The soft opening commencement date for trademark registration in Myanmar has been officially announced!
Starting 1 October 2020, all trademark owners with previous filings at the Office of Registration of Deeds can re-register their trademarks under the new trademark law.
On 3 June 2020, Myanmar’s Central Committee for Intellectual Property (CCIP) convened for the first time at the Ministry of Commerce in Nay Pyi Taw, with Vice President Henry Van Thio as committee chairman.
As you know, Myanmar’s new Intellectual Property Laws – Trademark Law, Patent Law, Industrial Design Law and Copyright Law – were enacted in 2019. Initially under the purview of the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Commerce is now the focal ministry to implement the IP laws.
Britain finally decides on a finale, ending a half-century bond and “divorcing” Europe officially on 31 January 2020.
Does this mean that all its problems are solved? Hardly! Some may be wondering what the effect will be on their European Union (EU) Intellectual Property rights. Worry not! This piece is meant to debunk all the qualms, queries and questions of what should come next.