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.
Profile of Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):
Tan Tee Jim, S.C.
The author, a Senior Counsel, is an eminent intellectual property (IP) practitioner with extensive experience in IP in Singapore. He has advised and counselled several clients on IP issues and has appeared in several IP court cases.
He has written regularly on IP issues and is also a regular speaker at local and international conferences on such issues
Table Of Contents:
• 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.
• Detailed discussions on local cases concerning the issues and the 1998 Trade Marks Act.
• Extensive cross-referencing to case-law developments in the UK courts and the European Court of Justice concerning equivalent provisions of the Act.
• Two new chapters added.
Excerpt from the Foreword
“.....The 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 2003....”