intellectual property

How to Patent a Product in Indonesia

Patents in Indonesia are regulated under Law No. 13 of 2016 (New Patent Law) that replaced the previous Patent Law (Law No. 14 of 2001). As defined in the New Patent Law, ‘a patent is an exclusive right granted by the state to an inventor for an invention which have novelty, and which can be […]

In Indonesia, Trademark are regulated by the trademark act no 15 of 2001 under the directorate general of intellectual property rights. According to the Act, the mark (trademark and service mark) is a sign in the form of words, numbers, letters, figures, colors, composition, symbols or a combination of all those used to distinguish the goods or services of one […]

As an IP Holder, You need to carefully register your brand or trademark if you want to join the Indonesian market. This is why ; Trademark registering can be so tricky and obviously a long process in Indonesia, especially if you are a foreigner owning a foreign company, which is relatively new to Indonesia’s business, […]

Hearing people explain what trademark is may often make the concept sound so simple. Trademark, an intellectual property or an intangible business asset, covers business names, symbols, logos, slogans, and other components. This trademark used to identify the business and its products (or services) in the market. Businesses, especially small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are […]

“Should you trademark your business?” that is a question all business owners could relate when starting a business in Indonesia. The answer may vary from individual to individual in general. Business owners will benefit from trademark registration when doing business in Indonesia. Why? Because it is an company asset. It will protect your business and its intellectual property (IP) […]

 trademark is a symbol, word, or words legally registered or established by use as representing a company or product/goods. Through trademark registration, the owner’s rights are protected and he can file legal action against unauthorized use of the trademark. A trademark serves as a legal distinction of a brand or product. Directorate General of Intellectual Property will […]