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Can Use of Photocopied Textbooks be Judged Fair Use? (03/21/2017)

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Does not Domain Name.VN Dispute Resolution by Arbitration Work in Vietnam? (03/20/2017)

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Trend of divide over famous trademark protection in Vietnam (03/17/2017)

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Opposition against Trademark Phu Quoc Failed in China, Famous Geographical Indication Phu Quoc was fell into the hands of a Hong Kong Company (03/17/2017)

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Handling corporate names that infringe industrial property rights (04/25/2016)
On 05 April 2016, The Ministry of Science and Technology – The Ministry of Planning and Investment promulgated Joint Circular No. 05/2016/TTLT-BKHCN-BKHDT on detailed regulations and guidelines on handling the case of where corporate names that infringe industrial property rights.
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Whether Does Burger King Stop the Use and Registration of King’s Ice Cream? (04/15/2015)
On 19/08/2011, Burger King Corporation, a US global chain of hamburger fast food restaurants headquartered in Florida, United States, owner of a variety of trademarks “Burger King” and Burger King & device protected in Vietnam for the goods and services in classes 29, 30, 32 and 43 (Opponent), filed an opposition against the applications for registration of the mark "King’s Ice Cream, device" under App.No. 4-2010-19216 for food products in class 30 in the name of King’s Creameries (S) Pte Ltd, a Singapore company (recently changed name as F&N Creameries (S) Pte Ltd) (Applicant).
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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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