On 12 January 2022, the Intellectual Property (Amendment) Bill was passed in Parliament and is expected to come into effect in May 2022.
The Asia Pacific region is a significant emerging patent market for pharma companies. Our latest article explores the key differences to note in how medical use claims may be construed in various jurisdictions in the region.
In Singapore, amendments have been introduced to the Singapore Patent Rules from 1 October 2021 to formalise pre-grant third party observations and to introduce post-grant re-examination, with an aim to enhance dispute resolution processes.
The annual Asian Legal Business IP identifies and ranks the top firms for intellectual property in Asia.
The 2020 Asian Legal Business IP rankings have been announced and recognise JurisAsia LLC, the Singapore-based law firm exclusively associated with Gowling WLG, among the region’s leading law firms.
From today, new COVID-19 measures implemented by the Singapore government seek to reduce physical movements and interactions in public and private places for four weeks.
Singapore is positioned at the centre of – and provides a gateway to – one of the world’s fastest-growing consumer markets. Singapore also provides one the most robust legal regimes for the protection of intellectual property rights. Inn this article, we provide you with five things you need to know about IP protection in Singapore:
How does the new Intellectual Property Dispute Resolution Bill alter the landscape for IP disputes in Singapore across all areas of IP?
The 2019 Asian Legal Business IP rankings have been released and recognise JurisAsia LLC among the region’s leading law firms.
For years, defendants in patent infringement proceedings have brought counterclaims for revocation of the patent. However, a recent High Court judgment indicates that this is no longer possible.