Law Firms, Lawyers in Asia
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Asia - Recent Legal Articles
- China's New Company Incorporation Rules
Provided by MMLC Group
This article looks at China's plans for removal of the registered capital system for incorporating local and foreign companies in China, as well as other company incorporation changes that are due to be implemented in early 2014.
- China Trademark Law Revamps
Provided by Angela Wang & Co.
On 30 August 2013, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress passed amendments to the PRC Trademark Law (“Trademark Law”), which amendments are the most significant revision to the Trademark Law since it was last amended in 2001.
- Construction of a Superblock Area in the Special Capital City Region of Jakarta
Provided by Leks&Co
The increasing scarcity of land that can be used for commercial purposes in a city center such as Jakarta, requires efficient management of construction development in the city center. To realize sustainable development, and use the available land efficiently, a recently developed concept known as the superblock concept has been integrated in the urban area.
- Thai Business Visa Application
Provided by G.A.M. Legal Alliance
If you would like to work in Thailand, you would have to be aware about the immigration policies concerning work visas and work permit to avoid getting yourself in a pickle situation where Thai Immigration police detain or order your deportation.
- Strengthen of Enforcement of Trademark Law in China - Highlights of Trademark Law Amendments
Provided by Borsam Intellectual Property
The updated Chinese trademark law would be effective from May 1st, 2014. That means, mutiple trademark applications and sound trademark are accepted from then.
- How to Bring Litigation by a Foreign Company in China?
Provided by WiseLink Law Firm Shanghai
Some explanation and guidance on how to bring litigation in China, especially for foreign companies and corporates.
- Singapore: Delay Spells Death for Trademark
Provided by Patrick Mirandah Co.
Tilaknagar Industries Ltd. ("Applicants") had applied for three trademark applications for the stylized version of the mark "Savoy Club" ("Applicants' marks") while Distileerderij En Likburstokerij Herman Jansen B.V. ("Respondents") filed a trade mark application for the word mark "Savoy Club" ("the Intervening Application"). Notices of Opposition against the Applicants' marks were filed in July 2011.
- India's New Companies Bill - How It Impacts Foreigners Doing Business in India
Provided by Rajkishore Associates
The Companies Bill, 2013 has been passed by the two houses of Parliament of India and is awaiting the assent of the President, which, when assented to by the President of India, will replace the 57 year old Companies Act, 1956. An attempt is made in this article to focus on how the new Bill impacts small and medium sized foreign companies who seek to do business in India through the means of a limited liability company.
- International Trade Laws: Delay in Clearance of Goods and Demurrage Charges
Provided by Azimuddin Law Associates
International trade transactions relate to the importation or exportation of goods or services from one country to another.
- International Court Reporters in Hong Kong
Provided by Reitz Worldwide, Hong Kong Court Reporters
The world is shrinking, businesses have gone global, and changes at all corners of the world equally affect each other contributing to dynamic and at times volatile global economy. In such a scenario it is not surprising that there will be legal needs across companies which has branches in multiple locations and needs a uniform service and representation everywhere.
- Main Means to Protect Trademark Rights in the Republic of Uzbekistan
Provided by Legalmax Law firm
First of all it is important to note that the dynamics of debates exiting nowadays among public institutions, businesses, and mass media regarding such issues as the use and protection of intellectual property is a certain indicator of the beginning of an innovative growth and understanding of the role and meaning of intellectual property in economic development of a certain company in particular as well as the economy of a certain country as a whole.
- If You Are a Foreigner and Marry a Chinese Citizen Then Things Do Not Go Well, How to Divorce Him/Her?
Provided by Yingke Law Firm
In recent years there are so many foreigners marry with Chinese citizens. For the reasons of culture shock, living habit, or personality clash, some couples' relationship go break, they have to divorce. For foreigners there are some specials rules to comply for, then a professional lawyer is suggested.
- Rectification of Register or Imposition of Limitation of Trademarks in Bangladesh
Provided by Advocates IP Law Alliance
The Hon'ble High Court Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh has rejected the Rectification Case No. 3 of 2009 filed by a Bangladeshi Trader, IBN SINA Food Limited.
- Thailand – the Latest Developments in South East Asia
Provided by Bangkok Base - Antares Consulting Limited
Thailand is recovering from historic floods that inundated the country on a scale never seen before. Drastic taxation measures helped to boost the economy in 2012. Despite uncertainty about the evolution of the global economy, the Thai economy is expected to rebound sharply with GDP growing by 5.5% in 2012 and 5% in 2013 (according to The World Bank).
- An Onerous Duty - Malaysia
Provided by Jayadeep Hari & Jamil
"With great power comes great responsibility." Glamorous as it may be, the post of a company director entails the accountability and undertaking at the company's behest. The article is a brief on who a "Director" is and the duties that comes with the name.