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As the novel coronavirus epidemic continues to spread across the globe, WTR provides an updated look at measures that national IP offices have launched in response.
13 January 2022
Amendments to Vietnam’s Criminal Procedure Code have recently been passed, removing a cumbersome requirement that has been hampering the enforcement authorities’ efforts to bring criminal actions against offences under Article 226.1 of the Penal Code.
23 November 2021
This week, IPBC Southeast Asia, hosted by IAM, and WTR’s Brand Strategy Southeast Asia, were hosted simultaneously.
13 October 2021
In the next instalment in our regular series identifying the digital marketplaces that brand owners should monitor as part of their global anti-counterfeiting efforts, we head to Vietnam.
15 September 2021
Due to the fourth wave of covid-19 in the country, IP Vietnam has announced that all deadlines for any procedures for the establishment of industrial property rights falling within the period from 30 June 2021 to 31 August 2021 shall be automatically extended to 30 September 2021.
09 August 2021
The headquarters of the Vietnam IP Research Institute (VIPRI) have ceased receiving direct requests for IP assessments. Requests may still be made by post or via VIPRI’s e-filing portal, but the delays in receiving conclusions may have an impact on enforcement activities.
03 August 2021
Meeting the requirements set forth by Notice No 13822 with regard to authorised signatories has proven challenging - or even impossible - for many overseas IP rights holders. IP Vietnam has now relaxed these requirements by issuing Notice No 6959.
22 July 2021
In response to a new wave of covid-19 cases in the country, IP Vietnam has issued a notice stating that, from 27 May 2021 and until further notice, its headquarters in Hanoi will cease to accept direct filings.
01 June 2021
IP Vietnam has issued Notice No 13822, which establishes stricter requirements for legal representatives of IP rights applicants to sign documents on their behalf. One issue, however, is that the notice does not specify the date on which the new practice will come into effect.
02 December 2020
Exports of counterfeit goods from China are increasingly heading to Southeast Asia. This guest analysis explores the strategies that rights holders should employ.
04 November 2020
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