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The indifferent but confused consumer: Perspectives on consumer psychology and its implications

Singapore - July 25 2017 Can a consumer be confused between two marks if he is indifferent towards the mark used in relation to the goods he is buying in the first place? In...

Lorraine Anne Tay, Gene Kwek.


Copyright protection for factual compilations in Singapore: creativity alone is not enough

Australia, Singapore, USA - June 28 2017 The Singapore Court of Appeal has recently confirmed, in the case of Global Yellow Pages Limited v Promedia Directories Pte Ltd 1, that for a...


Singapore High Court: No exemplary damages for patent infringement

Singapore - February 10 2017 The Singapore High Court has ruled, for the first time, that the court does not have the power to award exemplary damages for......

Alban Kang.


High Court rules on “relevant public” and comparative advertising

Singapore - December 12 2016 The Singapore High Court has ruled that the "relevant public" -for the purposes of determining the likelihood of confusion for trade mark...

Alban Kang.


High Court rules on “relevant public” and comparative advertising

Singapore - December 9 2016 The Singapore High Court has ruled that the "relevant public" -for the purposes of determining the likelihood of confusion for trade mark infringement...

Alban Kang.