The 2023 edition of IAM Patent 1000 2023 has recognised Vivian Wei Cheng as one of the world’s foremost practitioners in the area of prosecution.
Vivian Wei Cheng, patent attorney at JurisAsia LLC, has been named among the ‘Top 50 Experts for Intellectual Property (IP) in Singapore’ by the publication Asia IP.
Vivian has extensive experience in the field of IP and patents and specialises particularly in life sciences and biotechnology, consumer care, food and retail, chemicals and healthcare. Her work spans the drafting and prosecution of patent applications in Singapore, the South East Asia region and other major jurisdictions, providing business-focused strategic advice on IP portfolio and risk management, as well as litigation support.
Asia IP’s list of Top 50 experts for IP in Singapore recognises professionals in the region who are experts in their field and who deliver added value for their clients. The ranking draws on detailed research among IP professionals across the region – largely in-house counsel and corporate legal managers – and explores what they are looking for most from their legal service providers.
JurisAsia has a leading Intellectual Property team, which advises on national and international IP, as well as data protection and privacy laws. Another main area of specialisation of JurisAsia LLC is corporate law, where its team of corporate lawyers advise on cross-border M&A and capital markets for MNCs, regional conglomerates, private equity and venture capital funds. Gowling WLG (UK) LLP formed an exclusive association with JurisAsia LLC in 2017.
Vivian Wei Cheng from the firm’s global IP team have been named as ‘Rising Stars’ in Managing Intellectual Property’s (MIP) 2022 ‘Rising Stars’ list.
The 2022 edition of IAM Patent 1000: The World’s Leading Patent Professionals has recognized Vivian Wei Cheng under the top private practice patent professionals in the world’s key markets.
The annual ranking is based on an extensive global research process involving interviews with private practice lawyers and in-house counsel.
In this article, patent attorney Vivian Wei Cheng discusses patent term extension in the association of Southeast Asian nations (ASEAN), a globally important group.
The grant of a 20-year exclusive monopoly on a patented invention to a patent proprietor is done so in exchange for a full disclosure of the novel and inventive invention and how it may be worked.
The 2022 Asian Legal Business IP rankings have been announced and recognise JurisAsia LLC among the region’s leading law firms for both Patents and Copyright/Trademarks for Singapore.
Greenwashing, the act of making false or misleading claims about the environmental benefits of products or services, is not a new phenomenon in Singapore.
The Intellectual Property (Amendment) Bill is expected to come into effect in May 2022, introducing amendments to a host of current IP acts. We outline the various changes, detailing what these could mean for improving operational efficiency, and legislative and procedural clarity, for business registering IP assets in Singapore
On 12 January 2022, the Intellectual Property (Amendment) Bill was passed in Parliament and is expected to come into effect in May 2022.