“RE-ENGINEERING IN THE NEW INNOVATION ECONOMY : AN INTERPRETATION FROM PATENT LAW PARADIGM”
The above “Internet of Things: Patenting & IP Issues” is a good event by IPOS of SINGAPORE. Issues raised have presented several IP considerations from not only ASEAN (Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia,etc), but also UK IPO and USPTO , etc perspectives.
This is all more relevant from ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY(AEC) dimension.
As 21st Age of Innovation envelopes other old and ‘newly discovered ‘ world within IP embrace of global trade and commerce, there are optimism amid pessimism whether the new economy a.k.a. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY-centric INNOVATION ECONOMY (“PIE”) can provide new solutions to diverse economic malaise and financial crisis that continue to shackle both developed and developing continents.
“PATENT LAW IN MALAYSIA” by Thomson Reuters is submitted to provide fresh impetus in accelerating comprehension of INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY constraints, in particular, in PATENT LAW constraints and Patent law-based legal challenges impacting ASEAN, AEC COMMUNITY, and Asia-Pacific realms.
“PATENT LAW IN MALAYSIA” seeks to provide new understanding in THE NEW INNOVATION ECONOMY from PATENT LAW
dimension of the 21st century from another geographical specturm.
In global IP MARKETPLACE, the book represents new humble thoughts in INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY understanding on difficult INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY issues and interpretation direction in challenging INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY-centric INNOVATION ECONOMY (“PIE”).
Internet of Things: Patenting & IP Issues are imperatives for consideration in the INNOVATION ECONOMY and a new frontier for economic leadership in ASEAN and AEC for that matter.