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Asia IP webinar series: The recordings so far…

We are running a series of webinars to help you stay up to date with Intellectual Property news and developments in the Asia Pacific region.  So far we have held webinars on the areas listed below. If you were unable to attend live, the recorded version of these webinars can be accessed at the sign-up links: Parallel imports: Good,

Monetizing IP in your M&A transactions: Hong Kong-Shanghai-Beijing seminars

Our international tax, corporate and intellectual property partners will hold seminars in Hong Kong (3 Sept.), Shanghai (4 Sept.) and Beijing (5 Sept.), with lively discussion on the monetization of your intellectual property (IP) in the context of M&A transactions. While IP makes up a high percentage of Enterprise Value (if not the majority in some industries!), it

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

Hong Kong relaxes regulations on product placement: Episode two

The Communications Authority (“CA”) recently issued its decision to relax existing regulations on indirect advertising (commonly known as product placement) in television programmes (“TV programmes”) and to lift bans on advertisements for undertakers and associated services. We have previously discussed the CA’s decision in September 2017 to review its Generic Code of Practice on Television

Asia IP Webinar – Parallel imports: Good, bad or ugly?

Parallel imports may trigger controversial IP issues across the world and can be a headache for brand owners if not addressed strategically. In this webinar, our team of IP lawyers from our Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Ho Chi Minh City offices will: provide an overview of the situation in China, Hong Kong, Japan and

Gearing up for e-sport: Seizing opportunities and tackling legal issues

On 27 March, Partner Eugene Low and Associate Arthur Ng from our Hong Kong office gave a presentation on e-sports at a reception event organized by the Association of Corporate Counsel, Hong Kong. The event inspired lively discussion over refreshments and feedback following the presentation was very positive, especially as it was the first time many attendees had discovered

Hogan Lovells IP scores 4 more at 2018 Managing IP Asia-Pacific Awards

March 21 – At the new format Managing IP Asia-Pacific Awards in Hong Kong, the Hogan Lovells IP practice has been awarded “Firm of the Year” in the following three categories, as well as for the new category of “Special Recognition” for innovation in IP.   China Copyright Foreign Firm of the Year Hong Kong

Asia IP Webinar – Trademark disputes in Asia: Strategies that can pave your way to success

Having an eye for strategic detail is often a key to winning the IP disputes in Asia, whether you’re enforcing or defending your IP rights. In this webinar, trademark experts from our Shanghai, Hong Kong and Tokyo offices will discuss the strategies to improve your chances in winning the trademark disputes in your jurisdictions. Topics covered during

Asia IP webinar series: The recordings so far…

We are running a series of webinars in 2017 to help you stay up to date with Intellectual Property news and developments in the Asia Pacific region.  So far we have held webinars on protecting your identity in the cyberworld, trademark protection & transactions in Asia and anti-counterfeiting/anti-piracy in Asia. If you were unable to attend, the recorded version

Asia webinar: Creatively combatting counterfeiting and piracy with robust strategies

From cosmetics to electronics, the quickening pace of counterfeit products continues to be a real threat to many businesses.  Companies need more effective ways to protect their brand against fraud both online and offline.  In this webinar, our speakers from China, Hong Kong, Japan and Vietnam will discuss key anti-counterfeiting strategies covering various jurisdictions.  Join

Asia IP Webinar Series: Protecting your identity in the cyberworld

Operating in the online stratosphere can create additional risks for your business, and protecting your identity, and the identity of your customers, is of paramount importance. Join us on Wednesday, 5 July for the second instalment of our Asia IP webinar series to learn about the latest developments and emerging trends in cybersecurity and data

No place to hide in Chinese cyber space – new rules regulate online advertising

On 4 July 2016, the State Administration of Industry and Commerce (“SAIC“), the regulatory body charged with enforcing, among other things, the People’s Republic of China Advertising Law (revised with effect from 1 September 2015) (“Advertising Law“) released the Administration of Online Advertising Interim Measures (“Interim Measures“; in Chinese <互联网广告管理暂行办法>), which will come into effect

Towards a Greater Chinese Firewall? – China issues new draft domain name rules

On 25 March 2016, the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (the “MIIT“) issued Draft Rules on the Administration of Internet Domain Names (“Draft“) and issued a call for comments. The Draft has raised serious concerns among the public and the international media. In this article we summarize the key changes in the Draft,

Japan amends Trademark Act

The latest amendment of the Trademark Act in Japan (“Amendment”) was announced on May 14, 2014. The Amendment will likely enter into force on April 1, 2015, with the exception of the changes relating to the regional collective marks, which took effect on August 1, 2014. There are two important changes in the Amendment. First,