Amy Chan

Principal
Trade Marks
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Overview

Amy manages the global trade mark portfolios of foreign and multinational clients from a wide range of industries. To this end, she regularly assists clients in conducting clearance searches, brand strategy management, trade mark applications and trade mark opposition matters. Amy graduated from the University of Hull with (LLB (Hons, Second Upper) and thereafter commenced her career as an Advocate and Solicitor in Malaysia.

Prior to joining the firm, Amy was a Partner in one of most prominent law firms in Malaysia, where she was heavily involved in both contentious and non-contentious aspects of intellectual property matters, including patents, trade marks, copyright and industrial designs. Her experience in contentious matters includes advising on infringement and revocation actions in the High Court of Malaya.

“[Amy] is the person to know when it comes to trademark registration and protection in the region.”

World Trademark Review 2021

Amy Chan's Insights
Thailand – updated trade mark examination guidelines
Effective as of 17 January 2022, a new Registrar’s Examination Manual (“Examination Manual”) has replaced the existing guidelines which seek to ensure that trade mark examinations are in alignment...
Effective as of 17 January 2022, a new Registrar’s Examination Manual (“Examination Manual”) has replaced the existing guidelines which...
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Not a tango dance but a cocoa and chocolate dispute
This article looks at the recent decision by the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) in the Matter of a Trade Mark Application by Hardwood Pte Ltd and subsequent...
This article looks at the recent decision by the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) in the Matter of...
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A tale of pipe & fittings across the cities
This article looks at the recent decision by the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) in the Matter of a Trade Mark Application by Yitai (Shanghai) Plastic Co., Ltd....
This article looks at the recent decision by the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) in the Matter of...
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