Espresso IP 7: Trade marks in Vietnam

espressoIP-01Bond. James Bond. A man of mystery and a very high-profile name in films. When protecting this highly classified name, Bond’s creators have consistently turned to brands’ best IP friend–trade marks, which protect the logos and symbols that identify products.

In this podcast, hosts Alexander Bayntun-Lees and Samuel Sabasteanski discuss the intellectual property laws governing trade marks in Vietnam and how to have infringers shaking (not stirred) in their boots. As always, for more information on protecting your IP, send our South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk experts a message.

 

Espresso IP 007 – Trade marks in Vietnam (Length – 7:37)

Espresso IP 6: Copyright in Vietnam

espressoIP-01Pen touches paper, and a copyright is born! Copyright is the right to profit from and protect any creative works you create. Copyright protection is conferred automatically upon creation of a work but does not deter all infringers.

In this podcast, hosts Alexander Bayntun-Lees and Samuel Sabasteanski discuss the intellectual property laws governing copyright in Vietnam. As always, for more information on protecting your IP, send our South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk experts a message.

Espresso IP 006 – Copyright in Vietnam (Length – 7:34)

Espresso IP 5: Semiconductor topographies in the Philippines

espressoIP-01Automation and robotics are going to change the future. But robots are nothing without the chips and processors that breathe life into them–and into any number of appliances, phones, and even automobiles. The design of these chips is governed by semiconductor topographies (also known as integrated circuit layout-designs, a form of industrial design) in the Philippines.

In this podcast, hosts Alexander Bayntun-Lees and Samuel Sabasteanski discuss the intellectual property laws governing semiconductor topographies in the Philippines, including applications, examinations, and protection. As always, for more information on protecting your IP, send our South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk experts a message.

Espresso IP 005 – Semiconductor topographies in the Philippines (Length – 4:23)

Espresso IP 4: Industrial designs in the Philippines

espressoIP-01Patents protect what’s inside a device. Trade marks protect your logos and symbols. But what protects the shape of the device itself? That would be industrial designs, the IP responsible for the distinctive shapes and designs of iPods, Beats headphones, and Hummers.

In this podcast, hosts Alexander Bayntun-Lees and Samuel Sabasteanski discuss the intellectual property laws governing industrial designs in the Philippines, including applications, examinations, and protection. As always, for more information on protecting your IP, send our South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk experts a message.

Espresso IP 004 – Industrial designs in the Philippines (Length – 3:56)

Espresso IP 3: Patents in the Philippines

espressoIP-01Philippine-EU trade is booming. Underlying this thriving relationship are thousands of workers busy designing, manufacturing, and assembling appliances, car parts, electronic devices, and other high-tech items. Behind each of these innovations lies a novel idea–and protecting each of those novel ideas is a patent.

In this podcast, hosts Alexander Bayntun-Lees and Samuel Sabasteanski discuss the intellectual property laws governing patents in the Philippines, including applications, examinations, and protection. As always, for more information on protecting your IP, send our South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk experts a message.

Espresso IP 003 – Patents in the Philippines (Length – 5:21)