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Critical Analysis : Malaysia's Trademarks Bill 2019
As the bill inches closer to its enactment, it is yet to be passed by the Senate or the Dewan Negara
Malaysia
29 Jul 2019
2
Accession Of Madrid Protocol By Malaysia
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.
Malaysia
26 Jul 2019
3
Why Licensing Is A Complex Business In Malaysia
The primary licence relates to business premises, with or without a signboard licence.
Malaysia
18 Jun 2019
4
Copyright Registration In Malaysia
Intellectual Property is a type of property that broadly speaking consists of creations of the mind.
Malaysia
16 Apr 2019
5
Drilling Down The Details
Joshua Teoh explains how a decision of the Federal Court of Australia may be relevant to Malaysian patentees.
Malaysia
7 Nov 2018
6
The New Intellectual Property Kid On The Blockchain
Lam Rui Rong discusses the use of blockchain technology in the protection of intellectual property.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
7
Infringing Website List: Turning Off The Taps
Alyshea Low explains the use of infringing website lists to enhance the protection of intellectual property rights.
Malaysia
8 Jun 2018
8
Guardians Of The (Bio-Resources) Galaxy
Over two decades ago, a group of nations banded together to protect the Earth's bio-resources by signing the Convention on Biological Diversity ("Convention"), followed by the Nagoya Protocol...
Malaysia
29 May 2018
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Food For Thought: Renaming Of ‘Pretzel Dog' To ‘Pretzel Sausage' In Malaysia
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.
Malaysia
8 May 2018
10
Exclusions In Patentable Subject Matter In Malaysia
The Malaysian patent law uncovers some of the non-patentable subject matter relevant to the life sciences industry in Malaysia.
Malaysia
12 Jun 2017
11
Royalty Adjustment For Customs Valuation
Recently, the High Court in UC Sdn Bhd v Ketua Pengarah Kastam, Malaysia set aside the uplifting of customs value by including royalty payments by the Customs.
Malaysia
16 Jun 2016
12
"I Thought Of That First!" – Can You Patent That Bright Idea?
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?
Malaysia
14 Jun 2016
13
The Fall Of A Stack Of Patent Claims In Malaysia
In patent practice, it is common to have at least one independent claim followed by at least one or more claims depending on the independent claim.
Malaysia
9 Jun 2016
14
The ‘Law' On Trade Secrets
While the average business may not have a billion-dollar-generating secret, it may not realise the value in their existing information.
Malaysia
15 Mar 2016
15
Successful Trade Mark Registration: Indefeasibility Of Title?
Upon obtaining the trade mark registration certificate, does the registrant own the registration forever, provided it is renewed every 10 years?
Malaysia
7 Mar 2016
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Plagiarism In Advertising Law
Advertising agencies that make imitation or adaptation of work of others are producing what is illegal, therefore immoral and unethical.
Malaysia
7 Mar 2016
17
3D Printing
Although 3D printing technology provides consumers with the ability to customise products anytime and anywhere, it nevertheless has a negative impact on business community and marketplace.
Malaysia
19 Feb 2016
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Cholesterol: It's All About The Numbers, Even The Patents
Dave Barry, a Pulitzer Prize-winning American author and columnist, was quoted as saying, "It is a scientific fact that your body will not absorb cholesterol if you take it from another person's plate".
Malaysia
15 Feb 2016
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Malaysian Federal Court Rules That Amendment During Litigation Is Not Allowed
In a new development, the Federal Court in Malaysia has held that due to the nature of the local legislation, when an independent claim in a patent is held to invalid, the dependent claims will also fall.
Malaysia
11 Jan 2016
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The Trans-Pacific Partnership – Implications For Malaysia
Malaysia entered into the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) together with 11 other countries on 5 October 2015.
Malaysia
30 Dec 2015
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