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Hugill & Ip - Hong Kong SAR

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Aquinas Law Alliance - Singapore

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Drew & Napier - Singapore

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SSEK Assists TSH Resources Berhad with Large Indonesia Land Disposal

19 January 2023 by SSEK Legal Consultants

SSEK Legal Consultants has assisted TSH Resources Berhad, one of the largest Malaysia-based oil palm plantation groups, with the disposal of land covering more than 13,000 hectares in North Kalimantan, Indonesia, for a total of approximately IDR 2.42 trillion or US$162 million, as has been reported.

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Korea’s Draft Amendment to the Civil Act May Mean Statutory Protection for ‘Right of Publicity’

17 January 2023 by Lee & Ko - South Korea

As the use of content platforms continues to grow around the world, Korea is revisiting the debate on who should be allowed to benefit from a person’s name, likeness, or other indicia of personal identity. In a global environment where almost anyone can obtain public notoriety, Korea is seeking to foster a balanced approach to unfair competition and IP enforcement by bolstering statutory protections during a time when avenues to profit from individual rights of publicity have expanded.

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The Future Community Projects in Zhejiang, China – Better City, Better Life

10 August 2021 by Fangrong WU, Partner; Zhong Lun Law Firm

Focusing on improving people’s daily life experience makes “future communities” humanistic. For example, it will innovate the community fitness program, which has scientific configuration of sports facilities such as smart running trails, shared fitness cabins and virtual fitness equipment.

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Distribution of Video Games in Indonesia

20 December 2022 by Makarim & Taira S - Indonesia

Always wondered how age group ratings are determined in video games? Our latest advisory summarizes the key aspects of the Indonesian Game Rating System (IGRS) provided under Minister of Communication and Informatics Regulation No. 11 of 2016 on The Classification of Interactive Electronic Games.

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KFTC Proposes Revisions to Merger Review Guidelines and Merger Filing Guidelines

14 December 2022 by Lee & Ko - South Korea

The Korea Fair Trade Commission (“KFTC”) proposed revisions to the Merger Review Guidelines and the Merger Filing Guidelines to facilitate merger reviews of certain investments and to expedite their review process.

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Trademark trolling and its Perils - a note of caution

02 November 2022 by Rahul Chaudhry & Partners - Shireen Sidhu

In today’s interconnected global economy, securing protection over Intellectual Property assets has become an indispensable requirement for businesses at various levels. Trademarks being one of the most important instrument of IP and valuable intangible asset to business in today’s era, functions as a source identifier for distinguishing the goods and services of one entity from those of others.

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Integration of decentralised blockchain (off-chain) arbitration

14 October 2022 by Dominic Ng Ken Ming

In an era of accelerating developments in the domain of Web3, smart contracts and blockchain are concepts that are increasingly familiar. Likewise, heralds for the digitalisation of traditional and classic dispute resolution mechanisms have never been louder. To properly decipher and ensure smooth digital adoption, it is of paramount importance for practitioners, to appreciate and understand the local legislative mechanisms in order to ensure the enforceability of awards arising from such digitalised dispute resolution mechanisms. This article highlights, solely, from a Malaysian legal perspective, how decentralised arbitration platforms can potentially be integrated with existing domestic legal frameworks.