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BIO International Convention 2016 San Francisco

8 April 2016

The BIO International Convention (Bio 2016 San Francisco) will be held in San Francisco from 6 to 9 June 2016, at Moscone Center.

San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge

Dr Chong-Yee Khoo will be attending the conference to meet with our clients, associates and colleagues. We look forward to seeing you there.

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138th INTA Annual Meeting 2016 Orlando

7 April 2016

INTA 2016 Orlando

Dr Chong-Yee Khoo and Irene Low of Cantab IP will be attending the 138th Annual Meeting of the International Trademark Association (INTA).

We are looking forward to meeting with our colleagues, clients and associates at the conference.

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INTA Tweetup 2016 Orlando: Announcement

29 March 2016

One of the nicest things about the INTA Annual Meeting is being able to meet friends and colleagues at smallish get-togethers, where there is an opportunity to speak properly to another person and to find out what they think about the world.

If you like this sort of thing, please come along to the INTA Tweetup this year.

Details of the event are as follow:

  • Date: 23 May 2016 (Monday)

  • Time: from 3 pm to 5 pm or so

  • Venue: Baskin Robbins, 7440 International Drive, Orlando FL 32819 (Map and Directions)

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BioPharma Asia Convention 2016

3 October 2015

I’m very pleased to have been invited to be a speaker at the BioPharma Asia Convention 2016.

BioPharma Asia Convention Logo

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IPOS Proposes to Close Foreign Route for Patent Applications

22 September 2015

We’ve recently heard from the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore that it plans to close off the foreign route for Singapore patent applications and to abolish supplementary examination.

Attention Stamp

Under the proposals, it will no longer be possible to request supplementary examination to rely on the grant of a foreign corresponding application for Singapore applications filed on or after 1 January 2017 .

Only applications that have been examined for novelty and non-obviousness under Singapore patent law will be allowed to grant as patents in Singapore.

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