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- Chinese Trademark Office Issues Announcement on Multi-Class Trademark Applications
Provided by MMLC Group
There are various clarifications made by the Chinese Trademark Office in relation to the filing and prosecution of multi-class trademark applications in China.
- REITs to Boost Growth and Transparency in Indian Real Estate Sector
Provided by Global Jurix
Today, the Real Estate Investment Trusts [REITs] are highly successful in more than 20 countries worldwide, including USA, UK, Australia, France, etc. Therefore, SEBI has rightly allowed trading of such REITs in India also, in August 2014, to pave the way for desired growth and transparency in the vast and fast-paced real estate sector of India. Besides bringing in the globally accepted practices, these REITs are expected to infuse a new lease of life and zing in the Indian real estate sector.
- Coffee Wars Brewing in Thailand
Provided by Patrick Mirandah Co.
Brothers, Damrong and Damras Maslae, are owners and operators of a Bangkok coffee cart called Starbung Coffee.
- Fiiing an Industrial Design Application in Hong Kong
Provided by Borsam Intellectual Property
Hong Kong as the special administrative region of China that has its own intellectual property system, and the Hong Kong intellectual property department (IPD) handling of the related issued for patents, trademarks, industrial designs and copyrights in Hong Kong. This article is about the filing of industrial design in Hong Kong.
- Sick and Tired: Sick Leave in Malaysia
Provided by Donovan & Ho
Abuse of sick leave entitlements is not a new issue in Malaysia. Employers and employees alike should ensure they are fully educated on the laws surrounding sick leave entitlements.
- Philippines Separation Pay: To Whom and When is it Due
Provided by LMG Law Office
A guide for both employees and employers in Philippine Labor setting concerning payment of separation pay.
- When Should Blog or Forum Posts Create Liability for Defamation?
Provided by Brijnandan Singh Bhar & Co
Writers often express their views on blogs or forums. With the advancement of laws, anyone who writes articles, must be cautious of consequences of doing so. This is a Malaysian perspective.
- China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) Rules in Favor of ICC Arbitration in China
Provided by John Oneil International
The recent decision by the China SPC turns on its head all that international arbitrators and contract drafters have come to believe of the China Arbitration rules, which requires all arbitration to be done by a Chinese institution, which invariable meant the application of that institution's arbitration rules.
- Security for Costs from Foreign Plaintiff Not Required?
Provided by Angela Wang & Co.
It is well established law in Hong Kong legal proceedings that a foreign claimant/plaintiff may be ordered to deposit a sum in Court as “security for costs” of a defendant.
- Significant Changes to Several Requirements on Registration of Foreign Invested Enterprises in China
Provided by UB & Co. Attorneys and Counselors
On June 17, 2014, the Ministry of Commerce of China issued a notice regarding the improvement of review & approval and statistical rules of foreign investment in China (the “Notice”) and the Notice shall take effect as of its promulgation date. The Notice revised several important issues regarding the review and approval of registration of foreign-invested enterprises (the “FIE”) in China.
- After an Arrest in China, What Are the Rules for Pressing Charges?
Provided by Lehman, Lee & Xu
There is no “Preliminary Hearing” in China criminal procedure. The Initial investigation is carried out by the prosecutor (Called The People’s Procuratorate in China), who will then decide if the case is deserving of criminal charges.
- Profit Utilization of Limited Liability Company in Indonesia
Provided by Leks&Co
Profit utilization of limited liability company is regulated under Article 70-73 Law Number 40 of 2007 on Limited Liability Company (“Company Law”).
- Regulations of Azerbaijan's Oil and Gas Market
Provided by Remells Law Firm
General information on Azerbaijani laws and regulations, including production sharing agreements, that apply to development of Azerbaijan's oil and gas reserves.
- Education Sector In India - Legal Perspective & Analysis
Provided by Vaish Associates Advocates
Right to education has now become a fundamental right under Article 21A of the Constitution of India, although, the United Nations (UN) Conventions and Principles recognized this right many years ago. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), which was adopted in 1948 also recognizes the Right to Education under its own Article 26.
- Kazakhstan: Comparative Analysis in Forming and Running a Business
Provided by Legalmax Law firm
Now the Republic of Kazakhstan, as one of the leading economies of CIS represents jurisdiction open for investment activities, introducing the foreign investors with mounting economic opportunities, supported with favorable investment climate, advanced in development of legislation and business oriented tax and customs policy.