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Vietnam: Mandatory technology transfer registration – Why, what, who, where and how?

Why? Under the previous practice, except for certain types of technologies restricted from transferring, a technology transfer agreement was valid regardless of whether it had been registered with the competent authority.  In other words, registration of technology transfer was optional – it was not an obligation of the parties involved in technology transfer. The new

Moscow: Asia IP seminar review

At the end of June, Hogan Lovells inaugurated its new office premises in Moscow with Partner Natalia Gulyaeva hosting the first seminar of our Russia-Asia IP series with Vietnam IP Counsel Nga Nguyen and Hogan Lovells Fidelity China Senior Associate Julia Peng. More than 20 business leaders from the professional services, automotive, consumer products and technology

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

Q&A: Why you should consider registering your copyright in Vietnam

Following our recent Q&A on copyright registration in China, we now turn to Vietnam where there is also a voluntary copyright registration system. Why register? Under the Law on Intellectual Property of Vietnam, copyright shall arise at the moment a work is created and fixed in a certain material form, irrespective of its content, quality,

Getting a 3D mark in Vietnam – Overcoming refusals and an industrial design comparative.

The National Office of Intellectual Property in Vietnam (“NOIP”) has granted a significant number of trade mark registrations for 3D marks. Recently there are around 1-3 3D marks granted each month, but unfortunately there is no specific information on the number of 3D marks in Vietnam to date. In comparison with other non-traditional signs such

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

Integrated IP Enforcement – A practical toolkit for Asia

The astonishing growth of Asian economies has led to companies in the region making enormous strides in commercialising and monetising their IP rights. However, the region presents unique risks and challenges in the protection of IP rights. In this context, we are delighted to announce the launch of our IP enforcement toolkit for Asia which we hope

Vietnam: New rules for resolving .VN disputes

Vietnam has seen a rapid surge in internet use, having one of the highest rates of increase of annual Internet users in the world. According to the Vietnam Telecommunications Authority, 52% of the population (over 47.3 million people) are Internet users. .VN is the country-code Top Level Domain (ccTLD) for Vietnam. In terms of .VN

Asia – Hot Property

Our Intellectual Property team in Asia is celebrating a run of success taking home the following 5 awards across our offices in China, Japan and Vietnam: International IP Firm of the Year (China Law & Practice Awards); Best in IP (Asialaw Asia-Pacific Dispute Resolution Award); Japan Trademark Firm of the Year (Asia IP) (Earlier this year we also

Vietnam: New jurisdiction on LimeGreen IP Knowhow

We’ve added Vietnam to the jurisdictions on Hogan Lovells’ LimeGreen IP. You can find three new topics focused on guiding you through the following areas of IP law in Vietnam: Copyrights Protection In accordance with Vietnamese IP Law, the author and copyright holders are defined as (i) Vietnamese organizations and individuals; (ii) foreign organizations and individuals whose works to be protected were