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Opportunity to Avoid Abandonment of Trademark Applications

15 February 2023 by LexOrbis - Manisha Singh & Omesh Puri

The Office of the Controller General Patents, Designs and Trademarks, India issued two public notices dated February 06, 2023, to deal with trademark applications pending before all their offices and expedite their disposal. Both public notices deal with the prosecution of trademark applications that were pending for mandatory actions on behalf of the Applicants in respect of either filing response to the examination report or filing of counterstatement against a notice of opposition.

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Opportunity to Avoid Abandonment of Trademark Applications

15 February 2023 by LexOrbis - Manisha Singh & Omesh Puri

The Office of the Controller General Patents, Designs and Trademarks, India issued two public notices dated February 06, 2023, to deal with trademark applications pending before all their offices and expedite their disposal. Both public notices deal with the prosecution of trademark applications that were pending for mandatory actions on behalf of the Applicants in respect of either filing response to the examination report or filing of counterstatement against a notice of opposition.

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SSEK Proudly Announces Brand Refresh

14 February 2023 by SSEK Legal Consultants

SSEK is pleased to announce a brand refresh including a redesign of the firm’s logo, website, and communications. We also have updated our name to SSEK Law Firm.

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SSEK Proudly Announces Brand Refresh

14 February 2023 by SSEK Legal Consultants

SSEK is pleased to announce a brand refresh including a redesign of the firm’s logo, website, and communications. We also have updated our name to SSEK Law Firm.

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Indonesia’s Omnibus Law Focuses on Fintech Innovation

10 February 2023 by Makarim & Taira S - Indonesia

The enactment of Law No. 4 of 2023 on the Development and Reinforcement of the Financial Sector (“the P2SK Law”) has provided fresh air for technological innovation in financial services. At the same time, the P2SK Law also protects consumers and strengthens the financial sector amid rapid digital development. Specifically, we discussed Financial Sector Technological Innovation (Inovasi Teknologi Sektor Keuangan - “ITSK”) and the possibilities for it under the P2SK Law. This advisory is the first of many advisories in the P2SK Law dedicated series.

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Indonesia’s Omnibus Law Focuses on Fintech Innovation

10 February 2023 by Makarim & Taira S - Indonesia

The enactment of Law No. 4 of 2023 on the Development and Reinforcement of the Financial Sector (“the P2SK Law”) has provided fresh air for technological innovation in financial services. At the same time, the P2SK Law also protects consumers and strengthens the financial sector amid rapid digital development. Specifically, we discussed Financial Sector Technological Innovation (Inovasi Teknologi Sektor Keuangan - “ITSK”) and the possibilities for it under the P2SK Law. This advisory is the first of many advisories in the P2SK Law dedicated series.

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Missed deadline: Remedy under the Indian Patent Laws

07 February 2023 by LexOrbis - Manisha Singh (Partner) & Krishna Goyal (Associate)

The process to obtain a patent entails multiple stages from the filing of a patent application to the grant of the patent. There are various deadlines associated with each of these stages, such as the date of filing an application for the grant of patent and the date of filing the Request for Examination (RFE). The Indian Patent Office is very stringent for adherence to these deadlines, and failure to meet them may result in the rejection of a patent application. Thus, it is very important for a patent professional or an Applicant to cautiously meet the to avoid any adverse effect on the application. This article covers the consequences and remedies under the Indian patent laws in case any deadline associated with the patent application is missed.

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Missed deadline: Remedy under the Indian Patent Laws

07 February 2023 by LexOrbis - Manisha Singh (Partner) & Krishna Goyal (Associate)

The process to obtain a patent entails multiple stages from the filing of a patent application to the grant of the patent. There are various deadlines associated with each of these stages, such as the date of filing an application for the grant of patent and the date of filing the Request for Examination (RFE). The Indian Patent Office is very stringent for adherence to these deadlines, and failure to meet them may result in the rejection of a patent application. Thus, it is very important for a patent professional or an Applicant to cautiously meet the to avoid any adverse effect on the application. This article covers the consequences and remedies under the Indian patent laws in case any deadline associated with the patent application is missed.

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Amendment to the Safe Harbor Standards Under the Guidelines for Examination of Unlawful Support

06 February 2023 by Jipyong - South Korea

Effective from December 9, 2022, the amended Guidelines for Examination of Unlawful Support (the “Guidelines”) expands the scope and modifies the standards of the existing safe harbor.

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Amendment to the Safe Harbor Standards Under the Guidelines for Examination of Unlawful Support

06 February 2023 by Jipyong - South Korea

Effective from December 9, 2022, the amended Guidelines for Examination of Unlawful Support (the “Guidelines”) expands the scope and modifies the standards of the existing safe harbor.