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Serena Lim

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Hong Kong: How do I draft my arbitration agreement for IP disputes?

In our earlier article, we discussed the implications of the Arbitration (Amendment) Ordinance 2017 and the factors to consider when deciding whether to settle Intellectual Property Right (“IPR”) disputes by arbitration. Since arbitration can only take place with the consent of all parties, a crucial first step is to create a valid, enforceable arbitration agreement

2018 Spells a new beginning for IP arbitration in Hong Kong

Arbitration (Amendment) Ordinance 2017 comes into effect The long-awaited Arbitration (Amendment) Ordinance 2017 (the “Amendment Ordinance“) is finally applicable to arbitrations commenced on or after 1 January 2018 or to arbitrations commenced prior to this date if the parties themselves choose to apply the amendments to their arbitrations. By introducing sections 103A to 103J into

Movement in Hong Kong – First movement mark accepted for registration

The Trade Marks Registry has recently accepted a movement mark for registration in Hong Kong. Subject to any opposition being filed, we will see Hong Kong’s first registration for a movement mark in May 2016[1]. This will be the first registration for a movement mark since the Hong Kong Intellectual Property Department published a new