What’s in a name: The importance of protecting your brand

Joshinae Wong explains the benefits of taking the all-important step to register your brand as a trade mark Imagine that you have started a business selling water filters and have chosen to use the name “McQueen” to market your product. You print your marketing materials, you launch your website, you affix the “McQueen” name to [...]

By |2016-10-03T07:22:31+08:00October 3rd, 2016|August 2016, General|0 Comments

Setting the terms: Protecting the Landlord’s interest in Tenancy Agreements

Denise Chong points out the key areas that Landlords should take note and provide for in drafting Tenancy Agreements Under Malaysian Law, only a tenancy exceeding 3 years may be registered against the title under the National Land Code 1965. So, whilst a Landlord of a registered lease is statutorily protected, a Landlord of a [...]

By |2016-10-03T07:20:43+08:00October 3rd, 2016|August 2016, General|0 Comments
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