Intellectual Property News
- IT week 2008 aims to boost use of technology
The 17th IT Week Vietnam will take place in Hanoi from Oct. 29-Nov. 2 with a series of exhibitions and seminars taking place focusing on advanced information technology.
- New Circulars on Patent & Design in Vietnam
New Circulations on Patent & Design in Vietnam + Pursuant to the Decree No. 54/2003/ND-CP issued on 14 May 2003 by the Government of Vietnam, stipulating the functions, obligations, authority and structure of Ministry of Science and Technology; + Pursuant […]
- Hanoi trademark association declares war on pirated goods
Hanoi’s Anti-Counterfeit and Trademark Protection Association made its debut this week by declaring all-out war on pirates.
- New Industrial Property Legislation in Vietnam in 2001-2003
Latest documents on the Protection of IP right in Vietnam in 2001-2003 + Number of applications filed to the Vietnam National Office of Industrial Property (NOIP) in the 9 months of 2003 up to 18/09/2003. + Industrial Property […]
- Vietnam has potential for 3G technology development
Vietnam has huge potential for the development of third generation (3G) technology, though it is lagging behind some other regional countries, said the Head of Ernst & Young’s Global Telecom Centre Jonathan Dharmapalan.
- .vn domain names to be transferrable
Domain names are natural resources so speculation is banned. However, the state will allow the transfer of .vn domain name under certain conditions, said Deputy Minister of Post and Telematics Le Nam Thang.
- VN continues fight against copyright violators
Four years have passed since Viet Nam joined the Berne Convention on Intellectual Property Rights, and despite progress, copyright violations continue to be a serious problem in the country.
- Infringe on IP rights, do the time
Some infringements of intellectual property rights can incur criminal prosecution under Article 212 of the Law on Intellectual Property.
- SMEs, universities fail to value intellectual property rights
HCMC – Most small and medium enterprises, universities and research institutes in the country have failed to consider their intellectual property rights as valuable assets during their business and research activities, according to the National Office of Intellectual Property of Vietnam.
- Top Hanoi trademarks to be honoured
The awarding ceremony, the first of its kind initiated by the Hanoi Business Association, is expected to be held in July.
- Creating Trademarks for Vietnamese Products
At a recent workshop the status of Vietnamese trademark was discussed in the context of Vietnam being a World Trade Organization (WTO) member for 17 months. Experts from the Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (Vietrade) under the Ministry of Industry and Trade said that many quality products are made in Vietnam but many businesses are not overly concerned with trademark development.
- Protection of Intellectual Property Rights: Essential for Trademark Development
The protection of intellectual property rights was the main subject at the workshop 'Branding: the Key to a Successful Business' host by EuroCham on May 27, 2008 in Hanoi and the trade counselor of the European Delegation to Vietnam, Antonio Berenguer, said that such protection is essential in Vietnam in this new era of international integration.
- Embedded technology forum opens in Hanoi
More than 20 Vietnamese software companies entered an embedded technology forum held by the Vietnam Software Association (VINASA) and the US Oracle Software Corporation in Hanoi on July 9.
- Seminar on “Development and Utilization of IP Information in Viet Nam”
On 11 and 13 March 2009, the NOIP and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) organized the seminars on “Development and utilization of IP information in Viet Nam” in Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh City within the framework of a technical assistance project between Viet Nam and Japan.
- Seminar on “Intellectual property for journalists”
On 21 April 2009, in Ha Noi, the National Office of Intellectual Property of Viet Nam and the American Chamber of Commerce jointly organized the seminar on “Intellectual Property for journalists”.