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A Cautionary Tale In Trade Marks Planning
The following is based on the case of Redsun Singapore Pte Ltd v Tsung-Tse Hsieh [2015] SGIPOS 1.
Singapore
11 Feb 2016
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Han's Cafe v HAN Cuisine: A Walk-Through In Trade Mark Infringement Analysis
The Han's Cafe trade mark infringement case concluded not long ago, so it's a great case study of trade mark infringement.
Singapore
11 Feb 2016
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Delay In Implementation Of Part Of Companies (Amendment) Act 2014
In April 2015, ACRA announced that the amendments to the Companies Act will be implemented in two phases due to a delay.
Singapore
10 Feb 2016
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Wedding Photos And Copyright
Who owns the copyright of your wedding photos? For that matter, who owns any of the photos that you might have commissioned someone else to take?
Singapore
10 Feb 2016
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$35,000 Damages For Selling Imitation Goods: Louis Vuitton Malletier V Cuffz (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Cuffz (Singapore) Pte Ltd operated a retail shop in Raffles City Shopping Centre selling fashion accessories.
Singapore
9 Feb 2016
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The Two Questions You Need To Ask In Preparing A Shareholders Agreement
As long as you are a business owner or an investor, it is a matter of time before you should get a Shareholders Agreement.
Singapore
9 Feb 2016
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The Latest Amendments To The Employment Act
These recent amendments to the Employment Act are set out in the Employment (Amendment) Act 2015.
Singapore
9 Feb 2016
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Cost-effective Ways To Harness IP For Your Business
Why is it important to constantly review your IP processes? Full-fledged litigation over IP is an expensive proposition.
Singapore
9 Feb 2016
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