Intellectual Property Law in Asia
Here at last is a country-by-country survey of the essentials of intellectual property law in the developed and developing nations of eastern and southern Asia. Separate chapters, each written by an authority or authorities in the law of the country he or she covers, clearly explain the intellectual property law regimes in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, The Philippines, Indonesia, and India. Each country chapter focuses on the following issues:
A few more general chapters elucidate legal culture in Asia, particularly as it relates to intellectual property rights. The harmonisation of intellectual property law that is under way in the ASEAN countries is given special attention. An extensive annotated list of websites and other references concludes the book.
Intellectual Property Law in Asia is sure to prove itself as the first stop for lawyers and investors planning strategies involving the leading Asian markets, and will also be a valuable resource for academics researching the nature and extent of intellectual property protection in Asia today.
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