A Product Formed by a Patented Process may not infringe a Patent in Singapore if the Resulting Product includes Supplemental Processing Steps

A patent provides a patent proprietor with the right to exclude others from utilizing the invention claimed in the patent. When the subject matter of the invention is a process, the patent will prevent others from using the process. Under the infringement provisions in the Singapore Patent Act, Section 66 (1)(b) provides that when a […]

Thailand – FIFA World Cup

Copyright in Thailand “It’s Offside!” – Broadcasters cry foul amidst football frenzy In this year of the FIFA World Cup, it can be reasonably expected that commercial establishments across the globe would try to cash upon the popularity of the event by screening matches at their outlets in order to increase their clientele. But whether […]

Commercial Court In Favour Of Famous Marks In Indonesia

A Review of GRAMOXONE v PRIMAXONE Case Through its recent decision in GRAMOXONE v PRIMAXONE (Case No. 71/Merek/2009/PN.Niaga.Jkt.Pst), the Commercial Court of the District Court of Central Jakarta has once again given due recognition to the protection of well-known trademarks belonging to foreign entity in Indonesia. The Commercial Court finds the use of similar marks […]