This Guide is intended to serve as a primer for the designer, the inventor and the entrepreneur on the protection of new ideas and the products that arise from such ideas. Like all publications of this kind, the Guide is not intended as a substitute for the advice of a lawyer on the complexities of intellectual property law.
In the late 1990s, a subsidiary of an European listed infocommunications company was deciding whether to expand into Asia or into the Americas. They conducted their initial intelligence using the…
A client was in trouble. His business – grown singlehandedly from a small two-person outfit into a multi-million dollar per year enterprise – was facing difficult times during 1997 financial…
Techniques to identify spoofed emails.
We hear anecdotal stories of false claims made on the Internet that on the face of the article/website appear authoritative and accurate. Yet, it cannot be that everything on the Internet is bogus. So, how do we determine the wheat from the chaff?
Open Source Laws? No! No! Not about open source - it’s the Law that is open source!
A listing of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) Online legal resources found on the Internet.
An article on en-bloc legislation and how should they be viewed.
It was reported in the Singapore press that several pieces of art work had been missing after the building owners renovated their premises. Some, if not all, might have been destroyed in the course of renovation. Is there anything that the artists can do to prevent this or at least salvage their art work for display elsewhere?
The Indonesian legal system is complex, and some Indonesian government departments are only just beginning to make available on their websites key legislation in their respective fields of interest.