A year of firsts in Singapore

By Yew Kuin Cheah and Malobika Banerji

2014 saw a series of unprecedented decisions which have practical implications for brand owners

Last year was a year of firsts for trademark law and practice in Singapore. Several unprecedented decisions were issued by the Trademark Registry at the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore, as well as by the courts. This review highlights two interesting High Court decisions, which are instructive for brand owners as well as practitioners in formulating their approaches to trademark protection and enforcement.

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