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Cover story

Cover story

Democracy blooms?

Thai Legal faces changing landscape as a military regime prepares for democratic elections

Out of time?

Is Indonesia running out of time to implement reforms for business and cast out corruption?

A new coat

Malaysia is on the cusp of fundamental legal reform following the end of six decades of rule by one political party

Trapped in tradition

Japan’s legal sector must evolve the role of in-house counsel and explore new markets to stay relevant

Elephants in the room

How South Korea’s legal sector deals with not so subtle external influences

Primed and charged

Politics generates electric atmosphere for Philippine Legal

The Asia game

Corporate counsel associations move to stay relevant at a time when the significance of borders is diminishing

The big picture

Exclusive interview with the United Nations under-secretary-general for legal affairs

NY state of mind

Exclusive from New York's Chief Judge on the rising concept of commercial courts

TM an Asian comparison

Region's IP experts head to head on trademark laws

CORRESPONDENTS

TM suits cannot be summarily dismissed: The RED SOLE case

By Pravin Anand, Dhruv Anand and Udita M Patro, Anand and Anand

Enforcing HK awards in China: Is recognition necessary?

By Danny Deng, Boss & Young

Peek at Revised Corporation Code of the Philippines

By Renz J Pagayanan, ACCRA Law Offices

PRACTITIONERS' PERSPECTIVES

Law regarding gender parity in Sri Lanka

By Ayomi Aluwihare, F J & G de Saram

Law regarding gender parity in the Philippines

By Rosalyn Ruth Anuncio and Joyce Aiza Chan, Quisumbing Torres

FEATURES

Applying best practice

Fay Zhou, Linklaters, Beijing

Pol Pot, hardship created an iron resolve

Mealy Khieu, Soksiphana & Associates, Phnom Penh

Whats-the-deal-Chitra-Iyer

Protecting the innovators

Chitra Iyer argues that India’s first judgment on standard essential patents is for the greater good