Indonesia: GS Yuasa wins trade mark dispute in Supreme Court (MA)
In a Supreme Court decision, Japanese ACCU battery manufacturer, GS Yuasa Corporation (GS Yuasa), prevailed in a trade mark dispute involving a GSJ mark belonging to PT Golden Surya Jaya. In the trial that took place in June 2020, the Supreme Court upheld the Commercial Court's decision to...
In a Supreme Court decision, Japanese ACCU battery manufacturer, GS Yuasa Corporation (GS Yuasa), prevailed in a trade mark dispute involving a GSJ mark belonging to PT Golden Surya Jaya. In the trial that took...
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Key changes to Indonesian patent and trademark laws
Indonesia officially enacted Law No. 11 of year 2020, commonly known as the Omnibus Law, on 2 November 2020. The Omnibus Law contains revisions to multiple laws, including patent...
Indonesia officially enacted Law No. 11 of year 2020, commonly known as the Omnibus Law, on 2 November 2020....
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Brexit – European trade marks and registered Community designs
After a few false starts, back-stops, a transition period, and a global pandemic, the United Kingdom is finally ready to separate its trade marks and registered design rights from...
After a few false starts, back-stops, a transition period, and a global pandemic, the United Kingdom is finally ready...
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Extension of time for grace period in Australia
A 12 month “grace period” is provided in Australian Patent law, which allows any information made publicly available, with or without the consent of the applicant, the patentee, or...
A 12 month “grace period” is provided in Australian Patent law, which allows any information made publicly available, with...
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IP-led recovery: putting COVID-19 in the rear-view mirror
There has been a steady decline in innovation in Australia since the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) in 2007. This is clear from the Australian Patent Office data which shows...
There has been a steady decline in innovation in Australia since the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) in 2007. This...
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Revised Patent Rules in India effective from 19 October, 2020
The India Ministry of Commerce and Industry has issued a notification that the Patents (Amendment) Rules, 2020, was released and enforced on 19 October, 2020. In summary, the key amendments...
The India Ministry of Commerce and Industry has issued a notification that the Patents (Amendment) Rules, 2020, was released...
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