Welcome to IP Asia 2020, a special report featuring insights from Clarivate™ IP experts.

As I write this, the majority of the world is working from home as part of an unprecedented response to the global COVID-19 crisis. In some ways the pandemic has brought the world closer together, as countries work together to fight the virus. Innovation is more important than ever, and Asia’s place in the global innovation ecosystem has never been more critical.

In this special Clarivate report, our IP experts share insightful commentary on the IP trends and developments evident within Asia across domains, trademarks and patents.

Through the articles in this special report, you can learn how Asian companies are managing their domain portfolios and discover fascinating trends in the usage of .BRAND domain extensions in the region. They also explore the recent explosion of trademark filings both within Asia and globally by Asian applicants, and dive into the critical pharmaceutical sector. Our local patent experts dig into the numbers to uncover where innovation is thriving in China, Japan and Southeast Asia. Our IP litigation experts explore the impact of non-practicing entities on the patent landscape in China, recent introduction of new provisions in relation to punitive damages in South Korea and the latest domain arbitration news from across Asia.

For the last decade or more, analysts have pointed to Asia as a rising IP powerhouse. That time has arrived. As shown in this report, Asia is now a major IP hub – driving critical innovation both for the region and the world.

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