The special rules on intellectual property litigation, otherwise known as the ‘Rules of Procedure in Intellectual Property Rights Cases’, took effect 15 days after publication in two national newspapers.
The special rules on intellectual property litigation, otherwise known as the ‘Rules of Procedure in Intellectual Property Rights Cases’, took effect on November 9, 2011, 15 days after publication in two national newspapers.
With these special rules in place, the adjudication process for IP rights cases, in both civil and criminal procedures, has been streamlined.
“A period not exceeding 30 days will be allotted to the plaintiff and a similar period to the defendant as prescribed in the pre-trial order.”
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Philippines, IP litigation, adjudication rules