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The key takeaway from this decision is that trademark owners ought to consider indicating on their packaging that the sale of their products is restricted to a particular region or country.
26 July 2022
In our latest round-up, we look at Amazon not being liable for third-party counterfeits, the EUIPO teaming up with exhibition and events associations, and much more.
07 June 2022
In the third article of a four-part series, WTR asks IP valuers what they would like to see from the IP community and why companies should give valuation a second look.
24 May 2022
In the second article of a four-part series, WTR investigates IP financing in Asia to find out why it is not more prevalent and how stakeholders are addressing the challenges.
20 May 2022
In the first of a four-part series, WTR delves into the IP valuation landscape in Asia to understand why there are so few IP valuers and why it is so expensive.
19 May 2022
This landmark decision has far-reaching implications, beyond the confines of trademark infringement.
11 March 2022
In a landmark decision, the Malaysian Federal Court has ruled that a plaintiff in an infringement action is not legally obliged to consider the option of co-existence on the ground of honest concurrent use.
21 October 2021
This week, IPBC Southeast Asia, hosted by IAM, and WTR’s Brand Strategy Southeast Asia, were hosted simultaneously.
13 October 2021
This groundbreaking decision of the Malaysian Federal Court, which is in line with decisions in other common law jurisdictions such as the United Kingdom and Australia, will be welcomed by Malaysian celebrities.
11 June 2021
In a welcome development in the law of passing off in Malaysia, the Court of Appeal has confirmed that the cause of action of passing off is premised on the goodwill generated by the use of a distinctive indication of origin - whether a trademark or a trade name.
10 May 2021
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