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Monday, October 3, 2022
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Improving IP law in the context of international integration Improving IP law in the context of international integration
Over the past time, Vietnam’s legal system on intellectual property (IP) has been built and regularly revised, forming a fundamental legal foundation to regulate issues related to intellectual property rights (IPRs) protection and enforcement. Today, in the face of the requirements of an increasingly intensive, extensive and comprehensive international integration process, it needs further improvements to ensure effective implementation of international commitments and promote the application of scientific and technological research outcomes to production and business, contributing to the national socio-economic development.
Vietnams approach to COVID-19 treatment: compulsory licensing as solution in national emergency? Vietnam’s approach to COVID-19 treatment: compulsory licensing as solution in national emergency?
This article examines the concept of compulsory licensing under the TRIPS Agreement, the recent implementation of such mechanism in several countries, also its incorporation of the same into Vietnam’s legal framework and most importantly, its domestic practicability amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Decree No. 99/2013/ND-CP: Harsher fines for administrative violations in industrial property Decree No. 99/2013/ND-CP: Harsher fines for administrative violations in industrial property
DECREE No. 98/2011/ND-CP OF OCTORBER 26 2011: Amending and supplementing a number of articles of decrees on agriculture DECREE No. 98/2011/ND-CP OF OCTORBER 26, 2011: Amending and supplementing a number of articles of decrees on agriculture
Compulsory licensing of patents - a need or not? Compulsory licensing of patents - a need or not?
Compulsory licensing happens when a competent authority allows someone else to produce the patented product or exploit a patented process without the permission of the patent holder. A compulsory license can be construed as an involuntary contract between a willing licensee and an unwilling licensor imposed and enforced by the competent authority.
CIRCULAR No. 01/2007/TT-BKHCN: CIRCULAR No. 01/2007/TT-BKHCN:
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