Officials of Điện Biên Province’s Market Watch check products on the shelves of a store in the province. Improving enforcement of intellectual property rights would help combat counterfeiting. – VNA/VNS Photo Xuân Tư HÀ NỘI – Improving enforcement of intellectual property rights (IPR) would assist the process of technology transfers, develop new products and […]Continue readingMore Tag
HCM City (VNA) – Local inventors have yet to pay attention to applying for intellectual property (IP) rights, which might get them into trouble in the future, an IP official in HCM City said. According to Hoang To Nhu, Deputy Head of the Division for IP Rights under the municipal Department of Science and Technology, […]Continue readingMore Tag
1. Who is entitled to file an appeal (or a complaint) against a refusal against a Trademark Application in Vietnam? (i) The applicant of industrial property subjects matters in Vietnam; (ii) Organizations, individuals who have rights and interest directly concerning the Decision or Notice on settlement of applications for IP subject matters => Article 14.1 […]Continue readingMore Tag
The right and burden of proof of involved parties in a civil proceedings in Vietnam Burden of proof is not only borne by the plaintiff, but also the defendant in a civil lawsuit in Vietnam. 1. Civil disputes over IPR in Vietnam constitute a type of civil disputes falling under the handling competence of Vietnam […]Continue readingMore Tag
An actual loss is regarded as having occurred when all of the following bases exist: a) Physical or spiritual benefit is real and belongs to the aggrieved persons. Physical or spiritual benefit is the outcome (product) of IPR and the aggrieved person is entitled to that physical or spiritual benefit. b) The aggrieved person could […]Continue readingMore Tag
a) Individuals and organizations defined in Article 14 of Vietnam Government’s Decree No. 100/2006/ND-CP of September 21, 2006, detailing and guiding the implementation of a number of articles of the Civil Code and the Vietnam IP Law on copyright and related rights (below referred to as Decree No. 100/2006/ND-CP for short) may institute civil lawsuits […]Continue readingMore Tag
In line with Section I, providing for IPR disputes which fall under the handling competence of People’s Courts (specified in Clause 4, Article 25 and Clause 2, Article 29 of the Civil Procedure Code) in accordance with Circular 02/2008/TTLT- TANDTC-VKSNDTC-BVHTT&DL-BKH&CN-BTP dated April 03, 2008, guiding the application of a number of legal provisions to the […]Continue readingMore Tag
VN signs visa exemption agreement with Estonia
Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh and his Estonian counterpart Urmas Paet signed an agreement to give visa exemptions to diplomatic passport holders on Friday in New York.
The new policy, which makes it easier for diplomats to move between the two countries, represents a step forward in bilateral ties.
The same day, Minh met with his counterparts from Djibouti and Papua New Guinea to seek progress in bilateral ties as well as support for Viet Nam’s candidacy for the United Nations Human Right Council in 2014-2016.Continue readingMore Tag
Having not received the best support from the Vietnamese enforcement authority, Hunter Douglas Vietnam got Document on 26 April 2013 of Binh Phuoc Market Management Department, informing about the cease of procedure of IPR handling and wait for the settlement of the other competent authority.Continue readingMore Tag