litigation support

Litigation Support

Our dedicated team of in-house counsel is equipped to provide comprehensive preliminary and pre-litigation consultancy to clients when they face legal IP issues. Wherever possible, we believe in seeking to amicably resolve any dispute through negotiation with the adverse party. Such resolution benefits the clients as it avoids the expense, delay and uncertainty of a court action.

However if legal action is unavoidable, we collaborate with our expert external counsel (specialist IP litigators) in addressing contentious issues. We take an active role in the entire litigation process by coordinating matters between our external counsel and clients to maximise a favourable outcome for the latter.

Our collaboration with our external counsel extends to the application of Trade Description Orders (TDO) and working closely with the authorities in the enforcement of IP rights. This includes raid and seizure conducted at business premises that have been identified to be infringing the clients’ IP rights.

Malaysia | Movement Control Order

 

Dear Valued Clients, Associates and Colleagues

The Malaysian Government has announced an extension of the countrywide Movement Control Order (MCO) that will now be effective from 18 March to 14 April, 2020 inclusive. Throughout this period, all government and private offices as well as businesses shall remain closed except essential services.

The Malaysian IP Office (MyIPO) is closed for the above stated period. The online filing system remains available for at least new applications. Manual filing at MyIPO’s office is not currently possible. Any matters and deadlines that cannot be dealt with by online filing may be validly filed manually once the MCO is lifted.

Henry Goh’s response team of key professional staff are working from home. Although the team are attending to as many matters as possible in the circumstances, there are capacity constraints. We apologize that our responses may take longer than normal. The team are focused on enquiries and urgent matters such as new applications and imminent deadlines. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

At this time all instructions and communication must be sent via email, including electronic versions of critical documents (preferably in the form of colour scans). We suggest that you refrain from sending documents by mail or courier until the MCO is lifted.

We extend our best wishes to all and hope everyone stays safe and healthy. Thank you.

Warm regards

Karen Goh
Managing Director