Publications

Postponement Regimen on ‘Patent Working Requirements’ introduced by the Ministry of Law and Human Rights (Indonesia)

Article 20 of Law No. 13 of 2016 on patents that came into effect on August 26, 2016, requires patent holders to “work” their patents in order to support the transfer of technology, investment and/or job opportunities in Indonesia. To comply with the working requirements, patent holders need to implement their patents, for example, by […]

Indonesia Trademark Cancellation Fails on Inadequate Documentation

In Yayasan Korpri Banjar v Yayasan Marta Berlian Husada DK (1314 K/Pdt.Sus-HKI/2017) [published 26th April 2018], the Supreme Court of Indonesia upheld a decision of the Commercial Court to reject a trademark cancellation suit. Yayasan Korpri Banjar (“the Plaintiff”) filed for cancellation of the device mark AKBID MARTAPURA (pictured below) held by Yayasan Marta Berlian […]

Inter-Office Training

At the beginning of 2018, Mirandah Asia kept up its regular practice of uniting delegations of staff from across our various offices, to ensure that common procedures are followed and that teamwork is kept to a high standard. The training programs united staff from our offices in Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines.

Mirandah Asia Malaysia Hosts UKM Law Students

Mirandah Asia Malaysia was proud to host law students from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) for legal internships across the ASEAN region. The chosen interns spent one month in the Malaysia office, before being received for a week in the Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand offices respectively. CEO Patrick Mirandah gave a well-received lecture at the UKM […]