Copyright in Malaysia is based on the Copyright Act 1987, copy refers to a reproduction of a work in written form, in the form of a recording or fill, or in any other material form. Copyright is one form of the intellectual property which is the legal right given to the copyright’s owner for a ...

A registered Malaysia trademark is valid for ten years protection from the date of application and it is renewable indefinitely every ten (10) years. Below are the procedure for renewal of Malaysia trademark. Procedure for Renewal of Malaysia trademark The owner of the Malaysia trademark has to file Form TM-12, which is an application for ...

Trademark Opposition (Trademark Objection) is a legal proceeding, available in most jurisdictions, in which a party seeks to prevent a pending application for a mark from being granted registration. Although the specific grounds for bringing an opposition vary by jurisdiction, typically, a party that believes it will be damaged by the resulting registration may oppose ...

A brand is a unique design, sign, symbol, words, or a combination of all these, employed in creating an image that identifies a product or service. A brand is important as it distinguishes your product or services from that of your competitors.   Branding is the process of creating and disseminating the brand name. Branding ...

Malaysia copyright protection allows people to notify their works to the government in order to protect it under Copyright Act 1987 and avoid others to use it for the other purpose without the consent of the owner.   What is Malaysia Copyright? Based on the Copyright Act 1987, copy refers to a reproduction of a ...

Intellectual property rights of Malaysia regime affords protection via an extensive statutory scheme covering intellectual property rights including copyright, trademarks, designs, patents and layout designs of integrated circuits in compliance with Malaysia’s obligation as a signatory to the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property (TRIPS).   Malaysia has acceded to the World Intellectual Property ...

Malaysia Trademark Registration, the protection is governed by the Trade Marks Act 1976 (TMA) and the Trade Marks Regulation 1997 (TMR). The TMA came into force on 1st September 1983, while the TMR, which repealed the initial Trade Marks Regulations 1983, was enforced on 1st December 1997.   With effect from 1 December 1997, service ...

Malaysia Trademark Application Process are:   Step 1. Malaysia Trademark Application Filed Malaysia Trademark Application formalities are checked by Malaysian Trade Mark registry.   Step 2. Malaysia Trademark Search & Examination If there is any ground for objection, applicant will be notified. Otherwise, applicant will receive acceptance letter for advertising of mark. (If object, will ...

 Intellectual Property Rights of Malaysia   Overview The Malaysian intellectual property regime affords protection via an extensive statutory scheme covering intellectual property rights including copyright, trade marks, designs, patents and layout designs of integrated circuits in compliance with Malaysia’s obligation as a signatory to the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property ...