Asia’s antitrust regulators target IP

By Jacob Schindler

Antitrust compliance has become one of the most important aspects of conducting IP business in Asia. IAM shines a light on the region’s key competition watchdogs, their new patent policies and what these mean for rights holders

The innate tensions between monopoly-creating patent law and trust-busting competition law have come decisively to the fore of patent practice in recent years. This is especially true in Asia’s major patent jurisdictions – both developed and developing – where the regulators’ IP policies have become just as important a consideration as the applicable patent laws and...

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Issue 88