Intellectual Property As Regulations Of The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP) And Implementation Prospect For Vietnam

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I. SUMMARY The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (hereinafter referred to as “RCEP”) is a free trade agreement between the countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Australia, China, Japan, Korea, New Zealand. RCEP promises to create the necessary momentum to recover for businesses and people in the region, especially amid the crisis…

The importance of the EVFTA Agreement in the protection and enforcement of IP rights in Vietnam

The importance of the EVFTA Agreement in the protection and enforcement of IP rights in Vietnam, The importance of the EVFTA Agreement, Some main contents of the EVFTA Agreement on intellectual property, the EVFTA Agreement on intellectual property, The importance of the EVFTA Agreement in the protection and enforcement of IP rights

The EVFTA and EVIPA are the results of the growing bilateral relationship between Vietnam and the EU. It is the most modest demonstration of the harmonizing relationship which aims to promote many aspects between Vietnam and the EU, especially in the field of economy and trade. Furthermore, one of the most important benefits that Vietnam…

Is a Patent Necessary for Your Company?

Is Patent Necessary for Your Company

The decision to invest in patents might be essential for organizations that are short on capital. Patents aren’t necessary for all businesses, but they can help some gain a competitive advantage in competitive marketplaces. It’s important to think about whether your technology and/or business might benefit from patent protection before deciding to invest in patents….

Balancing international requirements and national interests in the amendment of Vietnam’s IP Law

Balancing international requirements and national interests in the amendment of Vietnam's IP Law, Balancing international requirements and national interests, Create a balance point in the IP Law and international standards, Create a balance point in the IP Law and international standards is a difficult and time-consuming process, The need for revision in the context of the new era, amendment of Vietnam's IP Law

In the new era, Vietnam has been one of the most outstanding rising stars in South East Asia. Besides the establishment of solid and harmonious diplomatic relations with other countries in the region, Vietnam has also participated in many free trade agreements (FTA) such as CPTPP, EVFTA, RCEP, etc. However, although these FTAs have many…

Vietnam: Treatment of trading counter-parties with similar circumstances in different ways

Treatment of trading counterparties with similar circumstances in different ways, Treatment of trading counterparties with similar circumstances, Forbidden of challenges to the validity of IPRs, To practice IPRs in which the protection period has ended or it has been ruled invalid, To practice IPRs in which the protection period has ended

Article 19 of the IP Guidelines explain how businesses with a dominating market position can impose differing licensing restrictions on transaction counterparties with virtually equivalent conditions without justifiable reasons, resulting in discriminatory treatment. It also describes how to examine this behavior, including the conditions of the transaction counterparties, the licensing agreement’s provisions, and the discriminatory treatment.

Legal500: Interview with Pham Duy Khuong, Founder and Managing Director of ASL LAW

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Founder and Managing Director Pham Duy Khuong explains how leading Vietnamese firm ASL LAW is adapting to clients’ changing needs.

Legal basis for the exemption of intellectual property rights for the Covid-19 vaccine

Legal basis for the exemption of intellectual property rights for the Covid-19 vaccine, The legal basis for exemption from obligations to protect intellectual property rights in the TRIPS Agreement, WTO's discussion regarding the exemption of intellectual property rights for the Covid-19 vaccine, The legal basis for the exemption of intellectual property rights for the Covid-19 vaccine, The importance of the TRIPS Agreement for the exemption of intellectual property rights for the Covid-19 vaccine

Nowadays, countries around the world are calling for the exemption of intellectual property rights for the Covid-19 vaccine, as well as other related medical devices, methods, etc. to fight the Covid-19 epidemic. However, what is the legal basis for such a request to work in reality? What is the role of the TRIPS agreement in…

Intellectual property rights for Covid-19 vaccines: Necessary or inessential?

Intellectual property rights for Covid-19 vaccines: Necessary or inessential?

“Can you patent the sun?” This is the famous expression made by Dr. Jonas Edward Salk – an American virologist more than 60 years ago. The saying is becoming more and more profound today, especially in the context of the raging Covid-19 epidemic and the fact that Covid-19 vaccines could not be mass-produced due to…

Vietnam patent law: Litigation and Enforcement

Highlights of patent litigation, patent infringement in Vietnam, Vietnam Patent Law, Patent Law in Vietnam, Patent enforcement in Vietnam, Enforcement of Patent in Vietnam

Structural and procedural framework 1. What is the forum for the conduct of patent litigation in Vietnam? For patent litigation in Vietnam, depending on the negotiation between the relevant parties, it may be resolved by a competent court or arbitrator. In case the parties agreed to choose the arbitration, they could choose the arbitrators who…

China will improve its IP system

China will improve its IP system

China is one of the leading countries in terms of economics, but its IP rights is seriously flawed. Over the past decade, China has shown its best effort in improving this matter. In a recent speech, Chinese president Xi Jinping reaffirms the importance of intellectual property, as well as the China’s will to improve IP….

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