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Singapore IP Focus 2008 3rd edition

  • How Singapore raises IP awareness

    Liew Woon Yin, director-general of the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore, talks to Phil Taylor about the challenges facing the Office and how it tries to help IP owners

  • Sponsored editorial

  • Landscape maintained and cases tried

    Sheena Jacob of Alban Tay Mahtani & de Silva LLP offers an update on recent IP developments

  • Priority claim advantages

    Michael Koch and R N Gnanapragasam of Ella Cheong Spruson & Ferguson explain how patentees can make use of the recent Patent Law changes in Singapore

  • Bring in the lawyers

    Regina Quek of One Legal LLC discusses the registrability issues surrounding non-conventional trade marks in Singapore and the corresponding need for appropriate legal counsel

  • Software rights precedent set

    Claims for a software-based system are now valid under Singapore patent law. Morris John and Gerald Koh of Drew & Napier LLC lead us through two groundbreaking cases

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