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Joshua Teoh explains an interesting case on geographical indications in Malaysia.
On the surface, there appears to be a general tension between IP and competition laws.
Grace Teoh discusses the groundless threats provisions in the Trademarks Bill 2019.
United Trademark & Patent Services
In Malaysia, the Trademarks Act 2019 ("the Act") has been enforced on 27th December 2019. With the passage, Malaysia will also accede to the Madrid Protocol on the same day.
Davies Collison Cave
Malaysia's Trademarks Bill 2019 introduces important developments to align the country's trademark application system with international developments, and clarifies how trademark rights can be commercialised and enforced.
Malaysia's Trademarks Act 2019 (New Act) recently came into force on 27 December 2019.
Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu, PC
On September 27, 2019, Malaysia acceded to the Madrid Protocol as the 106th member of the Madrid System.
Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill
The development of increasingly sophisticated software has prompted the emergence of a distinct subset of escrow agreements known as source code escrow agreements.
STA Law Firm
The Malaysian Parliament passed the Trademark Bill 2019 to replace the old Trademark Act, 1976 to bring the country's intellectual property law ...
STA Law Firm
It is no secret that the European Patent Office (EPO) is trying to partner with intellectual properties worldwide to establish partnership programs with new and emerging national markets.
Shelston IP
The article includes key changes introduced in Trademarks Bill 2019, which proposes to replace the Trade Marks Act 1976.
Spruson & Ferguson
Discussion about recent case where plaintiff brought a TM infringement action and the defendant counterclaimed to expunge TM.
Khurana and Khurana
As the bill inches closer to its enactment, it is yet to be passed by the Senate or the Dewan Negara
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
The move was long overdue since 2013 as Malaysia was previously one of the two members of ASEAN Countries that were yet to accede to the Madrid protocol.
Khurana and Khurana
Intellectual Property is a type of property that broadly speaking consists of creations of the mind.
Joshua Teoh explains how a decision of the Federal Court of Australia may be relevant to Malaysian patentees.
Alyshea Low explains the use of infringing website lists to enhance the protection of intellectual property rights.
Ella Cheong LLC
With this move by JAKIM, businesses looking to enter the Malaysian market may wish to be more sensitive to the use of marks that may seem offensive towards local religion or culture.
Khurana and Khurana
The Malaysian patent law uncovers some of the non-patentable subject matter relevant to the life sciences industry in Malaysia.
KASS International
Ever had that momentary flash of genius where you had an idea so bright and radiant that it lit up the space above the latrine you were sitting on and you couldn't help but exclaim "Aha!", to the horror of the occupants of nearby cubicles?
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