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IP rights: Litigation should be last resort

Asia / Hong Kong / Singapore / March 19, 2015

HIGH-PROFILE patent and trade mark disputes involving Singapore companies have put the spotlight on the use of litigation as the way to resolve intellectual property (IP) cases.
Disputes that have hit the headlines here include a trade mark row involving the exclusive Ku De Ta club at Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, and another between tea company Tsit Wing (Hong Kong) and Singapore- based TWG Tea.
But there is much to weigh up before pursuing a court tussle. Other ways exist of resolving a dispute.

 

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