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International school removes 'Makansutra' signboard from its school canteen

International school removes 'Makansutra' signboard from its school canteen

The Makansutra name and trademark has been registered overseas.

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The Scotch Whisky Association v Isetan Mitsukoshi Ltd. [2019] SGIPOS 4

Trade marks and trade names – Opposition to Registration

[MYR] A new era of IP protection beckons

Myanmar’s long awaited Trade Mark Act has finally received the President’s assent at the end of January 2019.

Call for feedback on IP (Dispute Resolution) Bill

Call for feedback on IP (Dispute Resolution) Bill

The Ministry of Law is seeking public feedback on a draft Bill that will centralise the hearing of most civil Intellectual Property (IP) disputes in the High Court.

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IPOS: Trade Marks Circular No. 4/2019

Effective: 07 Mar 2019

IPOS: Trade Marks Circular No. 3/2019

Effective: 07 Mar 2019

The phenomenon of ""legal fakes"": A supreme contradiction?

One common way in which a brand might be regarded as a "legal fake" is when the "fake" brand obtains a trade mark registration in a market where the original has yet to expand into or obtain trade mark registrations in.

IPOS: Patents Circular No. 1/2019

Effective: 04 Mar 2019

IPOS: Trade Marks Circular No. 2/2019

Effective: 04 Mar 2019

IPOS: Trade Marks Circular No. 1/2019

Effective: 04 Mar 2019

Guess?, Inc v Jen, Chi [2019] SGIPOS 3

Trade marks and trade names – Opposition to Registration

IPOS Case Summary: Guess?, Inc v Jen, Chi [2019] SGIPOS 3

The Registrar found that the Application Mark is more dissimilar than similar to each of the Opponent’s earlier marks.

IPOS Case Summary: Swatch AG (Swatch SA) (Swatch Ltd) v Apple Inc. [2019] SGIPOS 1

The Opponent failed to prove that the mark was similar and that consumers would be confused.

Swatch AG (Swatch SA) (Swatch Ltd) v Apple Inc. [2019] SGIPOS 1

Trade marks and trade names – Opposition to Registration

Court of Appeal reverses High Court ruling that courts have no jurisdiction to revoke patents

In Sunseap Group Pte Ltd and ors v Sun Electric Pte Ltd [2019] SGCA 4, the Cal aid down important principles on how a patent revocation counterclaim should be pleaded.

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