A new chapter for protection of well-known marks in Indonesia

By Aga Nugraha

Indonesia’s Trademark and Geographical Indications Law 2016 ushers in long-awaited improvements for rights holders. However, remaining vulnerabilities could perpetuate bad-faith registrations and trademark squatting

Amid increasing awareness of the significance of intellectual property in today’s digital economy, there have been some promising developments in Indonesia’s IP regulatory framework. Over the past two years, the government has passed new laws on copyright, patents and, most recently, trademarks. Although the mechanisms of IP enforcement, legal enforcement and border customs...

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