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Turning to the unusual

By Kevin Wong

A number of novel cases on less commonly litigated issues of trademark law were decided in Singapore in 2015

Compared to the watershed of 2014, 2015 was a comparatively quiet year for trademark jurisprudence in Singapore. However, it did see novel cases on less commonly litigated issues of trademark law, including a criminal reference before the Apex Court of Appeal on the scope of trademark offences in the Trademarks Act and a landmark decision which explored the true nature of a trademark licence.

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