Jason Cheah

Design Manager and Patent Agent
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Jason Cheah graduated in 1993 with an honours degree in electronic and electrical engineering from the Queen’s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland. He is a registered Malaysian patent, industrial design and trademark agent.

Jason joined Henry Goh in 2002 and has been a Manager since 2005. His daily work includes advising clients on IP protection, drafting and prosecution of patent and industrial design applications in Malaysia and overseas.

As Design Manager, he oversees the firm’s industrial design registration work. Jason’s industrial designs experience is extensive, as he has handled the filing and prosecution of a large portfolio of design applications. He frequently consults officers of the Industrial Designs Registry and is up-to-date with changes in Malaysian industrial design law and practice.

His patent drafting experience includes mechanical and internet-related inventions such as e-commerce and internet security solutions. Jason has successfully prosecuted a substantial number of patent applications directed at internet-related inventions both in Malaysia and before foreign Patent Offices such as the US Patent and Trademark Office, IP Australia, and the Japan Patent Office.

Jason is a member of the Asian Patent Attorneys Association (APAA).

Trademarks Act 2019

Dear Valued Clients & Associates

We are pleased to announce that the long-awaited overhaul of trademark laws in Malaysia is finally coming to fruition. The all-new Trademarks Bill 2019 was tabled in the Malaysian Parliament on 11 April 2019 and was approved, with some amendments, by the Lower House (Dewan Rakyat) on 02 July 2019 and the Upper House (Dewan Negara) on 23 July. Pending royal assent, it is now most certain that the new Act will come into effect by the last quarter of this year.

We will keep you apprised when the Trademarks Act 2019 becomes enforceable and the accompanying Trademark Regulations are issued.

In the meantime, please click here for some key takeaways from the new statute.