David Lim
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David graduated from Singapore Management University's School of Law in 2018 (Magna cum Laude). He is particularly interested in the law of intellectual property and technology. Beyond the legal sphere, David spends his free time dabbling in sports, enjoying single-origin coffees, and planning his next getaway. David is presently a member of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department of a well-respected Singapore law firm, where he works on IP/IT-centred disputes.

SMU Lexicon: A Swiss and a Miss: The Future of Swiss-style Patents in Singapore
Legal Updates

Reading Time: 10 minutesExecutive summary  In the recently-decided case of Warner-Lambert Company LLC v Novartis (Singapore) Pte Ltd, the Court of Appeal (“CA”) addressed a number of novel issues in Singapore patent law.[1] The dispute between the two pharmaceutical companies was based on Novartis’ potential infringement of Warner-Lambert’s patent. This patent (filed in 1997) claimed a monopoly over […]