4 edition of Law of trade marks and passing off in Singapore found in the catalog.
Law of trade marks and passing off in Singapore
Tan, Tee Jim.
|Statement||by Tan Tee Jim.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lviii, 962 p. :|
|Number of Pages||962|
|LC Control Number||2005436947|
Description Due to globalisation of trade and commerce, the Trade and Merchandise Marks Act was repealed and replaced by the Trade Marks Act which is closely resembling the provisions of the Trade Marks Act of the U.K. opening up opportunities for Indian products and services to be projected to the developed countries like Europe, the U.K. and U.S.A. . This is true of the law of passing off, because whereas the law of passing off allows a person to claim a remedy for the damage that has already been done, the legislation incorporated within the Trade Marks Act , allows a person to address problems which might arise in the future, ensuring that if it becomes necessary to institute legal.
Shanahan's Australian Law of Trade Marks and Passing Off Sixth Edition provides a fully updated analysis of the law of trade marks and passing off in Australia. This work analyses changes in trade mark law in the years since the last edition published, in the context of both domestic and international : Mark Davison. Singapore Trademarks: Passing Off as a Fox not a Cunning Move J Ap by mirandah In Fox Head, Inc. v Fox Street Wear Pte Ltd  SGIPOS 8, Singaporean clothing distributor Fox Street Wear Pte Ltd (‘the Applicant’) applied to register the below mark (‘the Application Mark’) in Class
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Law of Trade Marks and Passing Off in Singapore Hardcover – January 1, by Tan Tee Jim (Author)Author: Tee Jim Tan. “ Law of Trade Marks and Passing Off in Singapore has come to be recognised as a leading local text on the subject.
As a comprehensive and detailed treatise on trade marks and the related tort of passing off, this work has served the needs of students, practitioners, academics and judges since it was first published in ”. Law of Trade Marks and Passing Off in Singapore This book provides an authoritative and insightful commentary on the entire range of issues concerning trade marks and passing off in Singapore, including those generated by the Internet and social media.
This book provides an authoritative and insightful commentary on the entire range of issues concerning trade marks and passing off in Singapore, including those generated by the Internet and social media.
Citation. SAW, Cheng Lim. Law of Trade Marks and Passing Off in Singapore (2nd Ed.) [Book review]. Inter Se Research Collection School Of : Cheng Lim Saw. Law of Sales in Singapore; Law of Trade Marks and Passing Off in Singapore; Law on Carriage of Goods By Sea - 3rd Edition; Law Relating to Specific Contracts in Singapore 2nd Edition + eBook; Legal Legacies: The Storeys of Singapore Law book; Legal Legacies: The Story of Singapore Law; Legal Tenor: Voices from Singapore's Legal History ( In such circumstances, the owners may resort to the common law remedy of Passing Off provided there is use of the mark in question.
In a trademark infringement action, the plaintiff has a choice of commencing either civil or criminal proceedings or both and need only rely on his registered trade mark as proof of his rights to the mark or name.
I. Overview: Common law and statute. Canadian trademark law offers protection to registered and unregistered trademarks, trade names, and other business indicia under the common law action of passing off.
1 The common law action for passing off has been statutorily codified in Canada’s Trade-marks Act 2 (Act) in section 7(b) through (d). The. Yes, there is a difference between passing off and trade mark infringement. The best to start is to tell you what passing off is.
Passing off is tort law – which is a civil wrong that causes someone else to suffer loss or harm. In the case of passing off, a rather long-winded definition by Lord Diplock outlines five essential requirements. The British company was advised that they could sue the Malaysian company for trade mark infringement and also 'passing off', which can be used to enforce unregistered trade mark rights and exists in Malaysia as it is a Common Law country.
For trade mark infringement, the British company had to prove that the Malaysian company's brand so nearly. The tort of passing off and trade mark infringement. There are two main legal causes of action that you have: The tort of passing off and trade mark infringement.
They are usually pleaded together. This article is concerned with the tort of passing off. See our other article for more information on the registration and infringement of trade marks.
Introduction -- 2. Trade marks -- 3. Well known trade marks -- 4. Registration procedure and practice -- 5. Absolute grounds for refusal of registration -- 6. Relative grounds for refusal of registration -- 7. Cancellation, revocation and invalidity -- 8. Geographical indications -- 9.
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This tort, called ‘passing off’, provides the second system of trade mark law in Singapore which is independent of, and can co-exist with, protection under the TMA [see Section above].
In some other jurisdictions, especially those with a civil law tradition, a similar type of protection is available within their law against unfair competition. The Law of Passing-off: Unfair Competition by Misrepresentation.
Christopher Wadlow. Sweet & Maxwell, Trade marks and passingoff Contempt of court The generality of passingoff Chapter 8Signs. Singapore Singapore: when passing off is enough to successfully oppose a trade mark Singapore's Intellectual Property Office decides that a foreign brand owner with no earlier trade mark registration or recognition of its brand being "well known" in Singapore can rely on "passing off" to prevent another trader from registering the same brand in Singapore.
Sign-up and we’ll remember your preferences. Sign-up to follow topics, sectors, people and also have the option to receive a weekly update of. He is a contributing editor of several publications, including “Trade Marks: World Law & Practice, Trademark Law and the Internet, Domain Name: Law & Practice and Intellectual Property Protection in Asia”.
He is also the author of the book entitled “Law of Trade Marks & Passing Off in Singapore” (Sweet & Maxwell, 3rd ed., )) and the.
Law of Trade Marks and Passing Off in Singapore, 3rd Edition This book provides an authoritative and insightful commentary on the entire range of issues concerning trade marks and passing off in Singapore, including those generated by the Internet and social media.Passing off and the law of registered trade marks deal with overlapping factual situations, but deal with them in different ways.
Passing off does not confer monopoly rights to any names, marks, get-up or other indicia. It does not recognize them as property in its own right.Daily Law Times Private Limited Book Store Venkateswaran on Trade Marks & Passing Off (Set of 2 Volumes) - %.