Reading Time: 6 minutesGreat designs provide great value. They attract customers, build loyalty and help increase market share. Given the importance of design in today’s world, understanding how to obtain proprietary rights over valuable designs can give you a serious leg up on the competition. What Are Registered Designs? Simply put, registering a design protects a product’s aesthetic […]
Jevon Louis graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and was called to the Singapore Bar in 2011. His main practice areas are in intellectual property (IP) law and information technology (IT) law. Jevon is also technically qualified and has a first degree in mechanical engineering also obtained from NUS. In addition, Jevon is one of the very few registered Singapore patent attorneys who has been qualified by examinations conducted by the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS). Jevon’s practice covers both contentious and non-contentious IP and IT matters and spans technological industries (including software industries), as well as entertainment, and sports industries. On the contentious side, Jevon’s practice includes regular court work, as well as arbitration proceedings before the ICC, SIAC and WIPO in respect of both IP and IT disputes. In particular, Jevon is experienced in patent infringement and revocation proceedings conducted before the IPOS Registry as well as before the High Court of Singapore. Apart from patent-related disputes, Jevon has also been involved in other IP-related disputes such as breach of copyright, trade mark infringement and breach of confidence matters as well, and in obtaining and discharging interlocutory injunctions in such matters.