On 28 and 29 October 2020, senior judges from Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Viet Nam handling IP cases were invited to the South-East Asia Judges’ Colloquium on Intellectual Property Rights organised by IP Key SEA. The colloquium was aimed to support the SEA countries' efforts to enhance their IPR adjudication and judicial systems, by establishing a platform for the sharing of best practices between EU judicial experts and SEA judicial authorities on topics such as the locus of IP rights in the digital and online environment, particularly in relation to e-commerce.
The event took place online with the adoption of an interactive approach, allowing the EU judicial experts to also present EU IP caselaw on the different aspects of IPR enforcement, such as the role of intermediaries in online IP infringements, new forms of trade marks, well-known marks and bad faith applications, and domain name conflicts.
- Erling Vestergaard - EU Caselaw on Copyright Issues [PDF - 0.6MB] [EN]
- Erling Vestergaard - The Intellectual Property Legal Framework in the European Union [PDF - 0.9MB] [EN]
- Erling Vestergaard - Domain Name Conflicts [PDF - 0.5MB] [EN]
- Thom Clark - EU Caselaw on Trade Marks [PDF - 0.8MB] [EN]
- Thom Clark - New Forms of Trade Marks in the European Union [PDF - 1.1MB] [EN]
- Angel Galgo Peco - Rules on E-Commerce and IP Infringement in the Digital and Online Environment [PDF - 0.5MB] [EN]
- Angel Galgo Peco - Remedies Against Online IP Infringements, Including the Role of Intermediaries [PDF - 0.6MB] [EN]