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Davies Collison Cave
The case is now on appeal before the High Court of Singapore.
Davies Collison Cave
At the hearing, the Registrar stated that whether ‘good and sufficient reason' has been established depends on the facts of each case.
Davies Collison Cave
Singapore design applications are examined only for compliance with formal requirements.
Davies Collison Cave
Singapore's Intellectual Property (Border Enforcement) Act 2018 and Intellectual Property (Dispute Resolution) Act 2019 were partially implemented on 21 November 2019.
Davies Collison Cave
Singapore's Intellectual Property (Dispute Resolution) Act 2019 and Intellectual Property (Border Enforcement) Act 2018 were partially implemented on 21 November 2019.
Davies Collison Cave
Since 2015 Singapore has led all other Asian countries in the International Property Rights Index (IPRI). The IPRI ranks 129 countries representing around 98% of the global GDP, in:
Davies Collison Cave
The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore has recently clarified how articles should be classified for design applications. Amendments to the Registered Designs (International Registration) Rules would also be of interest ...
Spruson & Ferguson
Under an ASPEC-AIM initiative, the 9 ASEAN IP offices prioritise patent application prosecution in emerging technologies.
STA Law Firm
As of 1 January 2020, the supplemental test path will be locked. Our national examiners must review Singapore patent applications submitted on or after 1 January 2020.
Davies Collison Cave
As a starting point, all businesses have a trade mark.
CNPLaw LLP
Protection of registered trade marks and well-known marks – infringement and opposition proceedings
Gowling WLG
In August 2019, the Singapore Government introduced the Second Reading of a new law, the Intellectual Property (IP) Dispute Resolution Bill
Spruson & Ferguson
IPIII offers an insurance policy for enterprises and innovators with a Singapore patent, trademark or registered design.
Spruson & Ferguson
Discussion of factors that led to decision to refuse to allow post grant amendments to a patent.
Khurana and Khurana
The owner of a registered design has the right to stop others from using or selling his design without his/her permission.
Spruson & Ferguson
Considering the dissimilarity of the trade marks, the PAR decided that there was no likelihood of misrepresentation.
Spruson & Ferguson
The Court held that the High Court has limited power to hear applications for patent revocation and to revoke patents.
Spruson & Ferguson
Registered GI owners in Singapore will now enjoy better protection against unauthorised exploitation by third parties.
Davies Collison Cave
All Singapore patent applications filed after 31 December, 2019 will be subject to substantive examination.
Davies Collison Cave
In this case, the defendant would be entitled to a declaration of invalidity in relation to the asserted claims.
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