Exclusives and This week in IP
The latest working draft, seen by Managing IP, features competing visions of a pandemic IP regime advanced by the US and developing nations
The group, which already owns IP businesses in Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia, is exploring options to expand its presence in the Asian market
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Features and Special Focus
Sponsored by Wanhuida Intellectual PropertyMinnan (Miranda) Xie of Wanhuida Intellectual Property provides a guide to drafting patent applications in the burgeoning area of personalised medicine and companion diagnostics, thereby avoiding the ineligibility pitfall and ensuring adequate protection
Sponsored by Tilleke & GibbinsKhin Myo Myo Aye, Khin Yadanar Htay, and Yuwadee Thean-ngarm of Tilleke & Gibbins provide a guide to Myanmar’s new copyright regulations and are encouraged by the ‘remarkable’ recent developments
Sponsored by Tilleke & GibbinsThanh Phuong Vu of Tilleke & Gibbins reports that an amended Intellectual Property Law and a new decree address a lack of procedural regulations regarding Hague industrial design applications, but many remain in limbo