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Trademark (or service mark) assignment recordation is Transfer of one’s ownership of a mark to another person or entity. The prior owner (assignor) gives up all rights to the mark to the new owner (assignee), who is then expected to maintain the level of quality previously associated on the goods or services represented by the mark. […]

Step 1. Find TANNET to assist you with registering your trademark. TANNEThelps to conduct an official search of existing trademarks and their status, both by using the official database and by filing with the CTMO. TANNET is also important because your application must include a Chinese translation. Step 2. Identify the laws which regulate trademark registration between your country and China. Step 3. […]

A trademark is a distinctive sign or indicator used by an individual, business organization, or other legal entity to identify that the products or services to consumers with which the trademark appears originate from a unique source, designated for specific market, and is used to distinguish its products or services from competitors.   Types of […]

Malaysia Company Set up – Authorized capital A private limited company in Malaysia must have a minimum paid-up capital is RM1. Malaysia Company Set up-Appointment of shareholders and directors Each company must provide one (1) or more shareholders; shareholders can be the directors at the same time. Shareholders do not have nationality restrictions; each company must have a minimum […]

Work permits generally last between six months and five years, depending on the duration of the work contract and the type of visa. Application forms are mostly in Bahasa Malaysia, and applications for Malaysian work permits are done within Malaysia.     The Malaysian government generally issues three different types of work permits: Professional Visit […]

    Business and Investment in Vietnam is not only economically attractive, it can also rely on a modern legal framework. The practical business requires highly qualified management and understanding of legal and practical conditions.With the new provision of having more than one Legal Representative, the typical foreign invested Limited Liability Company can be organized […]

Vietnam trademark registration are required register IP protection at National Office of Intellectual Property of Vietnam (NOIP). National Office of Intellectual Property of Vietnam (NOIP) is the government body responsible for registering IP protection.   Vietnam Trademark Applications Each application can be used for one trademark only. However, multi-class applications are possible in Vietnam, accordingly […]

Annual return is a summary of a company profile consist of general information about a company. It signed by a director or by the manager or secretary of the company and shall be lodged with the Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM) within one month from the date its AGM (Annual General Meeting ) held.   Annual […]

In China, the procedure for company de-registration is rather complicated, particularly in face of mainland customs and tax departments compare to register a new company.   According to China’s new company law, a company may have to be dissolved when one of the following conditions is met: 1. The business operation term as agreed in […]

Types of Business in Malaysia 4.1 Malaysia Representative Office set up 4.2 Letter of Origin Application 4.1 Malaysia Representative Office set up Set up Requirements : 1.   The headquarter or parent company must be a private limited company or public company. Sole proprietors or unlimited companies are not allowed to set up representative offices.