MALAYSIA: TO CHARGE OR NOT TO CHARGE – PART 2

In the previous article “Malaysian Copyright: To Charge or Not to Charge”, we have written about representatives of Gen X, Thee See Nyuk and Chong Chee Cheong had claimed various relief as itemized in the Statement of Claim. The High Court of Malaya allowed some […]

Website Revamped!

Dear Colleagues, I am proud to announce the launch of our new website which coincides with our expanding firm as a leading Intellectual Property and Commercialization (IPC) firm in Malaysia in and improving our professional services in the IPC industry. Our new website provides a […]

MALAYSIA COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT: TO CHARGE OR NOT TO CHARGE?

An internet café called “Gen X” was raided on 17 November 2009 by a team of law enforcement officers from The Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism after receiving a complaint from Sendi Mutiara Multimedia Sdn. Bhd. (hereinafter referred as “SMM”) whose representatives were […]

MALAYSIA: TRADE DESCRIPTION ORDER (TDO) DEFINED BY FEDERAL COURT

The Federal Court of Malaysia recently had the opportunity to clarify two questions of law regarding Trade Description Order. What is a Trade Description Order (TDO)? A registered owner of a trade mark may apply for a TDO pursuant to the Trade Descriptions Act 2011 […]

Blooming of Halal Industry in Malay Language

The rise of the halal industry in Malaysia – reported by Norlela Mat Lias Halal is generally good for everyone, just as you are a Muslim or not. For example, in France, 87% of people claim that they are able to pay more for halal […]

The Blooming of Halal Industry

Here, Wan Nurul Aisyah explains about the blooming of the halal industry in Malaysia and worldwide. Halal is generally good for everyone, either you are a muslim or not. For example, in France, 87% of the people indicated that they were willing to pay more […]