Date Published: 13 April 2017
CNPLaw LLP (“CNP”), formerly known as Colin Ng & Partners LLP, took over the management of the trademark portfolio of a popular travel agency and assisted the clients in prosecuting applications to register their trademarks in various countries worldwide, some of which were applied for via subsequent designation of their existing international registration, which is governed by the Madrid Protocol.
CNPLaw took measures to protect the client’s brand including, but not limited to assisting the client in an opposition action against the applicant of a similar mark in Singapore.
CNPLaw’s Intellectual Property (IP) Lawyer
Soo Ling’s main areas of practice are intellectual property and dispute resolution. She has experience in a diverse range of matters such as building construction, company law, commercial law, disciplinary proceedings, employment law, family law, intellectual property, property law, probate & administration and shareholder disputes.
Global trade continually exposes the local market to new products and services whilst providing local businesses the opportunity to venture out to international markets. In coping with international and local competition, we can help our clients establish a strong brand image which provides their business with a powerful means of promoting and marketing their products and services. We can also help our clients safeguard their new inventions, which are inevitably vulnerable to exploitation by others when utilized or marketed.
Our services include processing applications to register trademarks, designs and patents in Singapore as well as worldwide, through our extensive network of foreign associate firms.
At CNPLaw, we offer integrated IP services to domestic and foreign clients from a variety of business sectors. Additionally, CNPLaw handles litigation of complex IP matters and, in our unwavering commitment to ensure enforcement of our clients’ rights, our team advises on the following areas: IP Portfolio Management, Anti-piracy campaign, IP Audits, Enforcement of IP rights, Copyright matters, Trademark matters, Patent matters, Design matters, Infringement matters and Piracy matters.