International Intellectual Property

Partner Chew Phye Keat has co-authored the chapter on “Proposal for a PAN-ASEAN Trademark Registration: A Case for the Practical Application of the Interoperability Principle” in a new book titled “International Intellectual Property and the ASEAN Way”.

Professor Stacey Dogan of the Boston University School of Law has this to say about the book: “The ASEAN Way, introduced in this excellent collection of essays, defines a common set of IP-related values whilst respecting and accommodating countries’ cultural and economic differences.  This volume should be required reading for anyone involved in charting the future course of global IP policy”.

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