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DEAL OF THE MONTH - September 2019

15 October 2019 by Asia law

asialaw's Deal of the Month for September 2019 is...

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Matters to be addressed in the future revision of China’s trade mark law

24 September 2019 by Asia law

In March 2018, the trade mark office announced its intention to revise the trade mark law and invited the public to make comments and suggestions.

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Mayer Brown expands IP and TMT practice in Asia

13 September 2019 by Asia law

Mayer Brown expands its IP and TMT practice in its Beijing and Hong Kong offices.

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asialaw Profiles and asialaw Leading Lawyers 2020 - NOW LIVE

13 September 2019 by Asia law

asialaw Profiles and asialaw Leading Lawyers 2020 edition is LIVE!

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Withers KhattarWong bolsters funds team

12 September 2019 by Asia law

Withers KhattarWong hires investment specialist Daniel Yong and two associates from Morgan Lewis

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Highlighted and key developments of Indonesian investment and M&A regulations

06 September 2019 by Luky I Walalangi

What were the most important legal developments in the last 12 months and how might they affect businesses?

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JunHe Welcomes New Partner Ye Yurong

04 September 2019 by Asia law

JunHe warmly welcomes Ye Yurong as a partner in our Hong Kong office. Ms. Ye focuses on capital markets, corporate and M&A.

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Analysis of the difference between non-compete disputes and disputes over infringement of business secrets

04 September 2019 by Zhenghe Liu

Business secrets refer to such commercial information as technical information and business information, which are of commercial value, unknown to the public, and protected by security measures.

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Copyright Infringement in Cinematographic film

04 September 2019 by Asia law

In the matter of copyright infringement for a film, there has been a mix of decisions by the Indian courts, each presenting a divergent opinion on the point - whether the infringing copy in case of cinematographic film has to be an exact copy made by the process of duplication or whether it refers to another work which substantially, fundamentally, essentially and materially resembles the original film.

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A Short Review of the Case Guidance System of the Chinese Judiciary

04 September 2019 by Asia law

The Chinese Case Guidance System (“the CG System”) has been a bizarre creature for western legal professionals since it was established by the Supreme People’s Court of China (“the Supreme Court”) in 2011.