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Colour-Fool? Don't Miss the Rise of Colour-Combination Marks

China - April 4 2019 China has allowed the registration of colour-combination marks since 2001, but the treatment of such marks is still shrouded by uncertainty...

Singapore Update: Appeal Confirms That a Monster Can Indeed Be Sweet

Singapore - February 26 2019 The case, Monster Energy Company v. Glamco Co, Ltd. 2018 SGHC 238, was an appeal to the Singapore High Court by Monster Energy Company (the...

Malaysia Update: Business Cessation Does Not Necessarily Mean Abandonment of Trademark

Malaysia - February 14 2019 In Kong Kin Loong & Anor v. Kong Sou Keet & Ors, 2018 1 LNS 1203, Aug. 21, 2018, the originating summons concerned a decision by the Registrar of...

Taiwan Update: Use of Mark on English-language Website Sufficient to Defend Revocation Claim

USA, Taiwan - December 19 2018 The Taiwan IP Court has maintained the Taiwan Trade Marks Office’s decision and held that Double Dynasty Co., Ltd. (“Proprietor”) was able to rely on...

Emma Chung.

Hong Kong Update: “Honest Practices” in the Defence of Comparative Advertising

Hong Kong - December 19 2018 The High Court held that Hong Kong Broadband Network Limited (“HKBN”) was able to rely on the honest practices defence under s.21 of the Trade Marks...

Emma Chung.