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The Challenges of Breaking with Tradition (11/19/2014)
Although some non-traditional marks are protectable in Vietnam, there are still concerns about their registrability and enforcement. The International Trademark Association (INTA) classifies trademarks into two categories: traditional and non-traditional. Traditional marks – also known as conventional or ordinary marks – include names, words, letters, numerals and images, and are protectable by local laws in almost all countries. Non-traditional marks – including scents, sounds and motion – have been used as trademarks in modern marketing practices since the 1950s. According to a 2008 survey on non- traditional marks conducted by the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), an increasing number of countries now afford protection to non-traditional marks, including the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Peru, Singapore and Taiwan.
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The Benefits of a Civil Approach in IP-Related Unfair Competition Lawsuits (11/12/2014)
Vietnam has demonstrated remarkable determination in establishing and enforcing a legal framework to protect IP rights and prevent unfair competition individually.

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Recent Roundtables (06/20/2014)
At an April 10 roundtable in Hanoi, Vietnam, speakers gathered to discuss “Overlapping Protection of 3D Marks: Industrial Design and Copyrights.” Bross & Partners hosted the event, with Mr. Le Quang Vinh as moderator. Mr. Vinh kicked off the discussion with a presentation on the landscape for resolving disputes involving overlapping IP rights in Vietnam.
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