Alliance formed to grow shipbuilding sector

The China Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Industry Intellectual Property Alliance was founded in Beijing.


Zone opens three service agencies

The Tianjin Intellectual Property Office, the government of Tianjin's Binhai New Area and the administration of the Tianjin Free Trade Zone announced the establishment of three intellectual property service agencies the free trade zone.


First technical investigator assists at Beijing hearing

Exhibit glimpses into future of farming with unique crops

'Free Stuff is the Most Expensive'

Successful marketing stems from “details”

Nation builds IP system to further innovations

One of the fundamental aims of the intellectual property system is to help form a market where patents and technologies "flow", said Mu Hong, president of Chofn IP

 

Country developing new age of robotics with patent efforts

With its "Made in China 2025" strategy and its embrace of automation, China is developing its robotics industry to boost high-end manufacturing.


Researchers discover new way to recycle carbon fiber waste

Researchers from Shanghai Jiao Tong University developed a new technology and equipment for recycling carbon fiber composite waste material.


Piracy causes $1.5b in losses for online literature: report

IP scene - Feb 4

IP scene - Jan 27

County explores new markets for tieguanyin

China now world's third LED lighting technology owner

WeChat committed to active copyright protection

Shoemaker, Disney team up to target young buyers

Counterfeit Disney products target of trademark campaign

Automakers lead tech companies in autonomous cars

IP scene - Jan 13

Trending trademark attracts many bids

Chinese dramas go global

IP scene - Jan 6

 
 

Specialist whilst generalist —Interview with Mr. C. K. Kwong, President of APAA

Established in December 1969, the Asian Patent Attorneys Association (APAA) now has over 2300 members from 18 Recognised Groups in over 24 jurisdictions. As a nongovernmental organization dedicated to promoting and enhancing IP protection in the Asian region, with a long history of over 40 years since its establishment, the Association has continuously played a crucial role in the development of the patent service industry of the region.


Development gap is widening, expert says

 

Addressing the 'Needham Grand Question'

 

Seeking Common Ground to Cooperate - Interview with Randall R. Rader, Chief Judge of United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

 

A different type of licensing company—Sisvel’s place in the IP landscape

 
 
 

The sunset of Adivon

The 5-year trademark dispute between sportswear giant Adidas and local brand Adivon has finally come to an end with a settlement in May 2013.


PatSnap - A pioneer in the E-patent age

“The fundamental basis of this knowledge-economy era is public, equal, fact-oriented and non-hierarchic Internet thinking.


Priceless Key – An Interview with Craig Stephens, Vice President of Sales at CAS

Netac Technology Got 40 million RMB Compensation for Patent Infringement

Qingdao seized 'BURBERRY' Counterfeits

Alibaba Cooperating with International Publishers to Strike IP Infringement

New Year to bring new regulations for Zhejiang

Zhejiang will bring in the "most stringent" protection efforts in the province's history.


Xiamen to regulate exhibition industry

Xiamen will implement an intellectual property protection regulation for the exhibition business on Jan 1, 2016.


Guideline against monopolies released for public comment

New Year to bring new regulations for Zhejiang

Xiamen to regulate exhibition industry

Pending patent regulation puts more responsibility on platforms

2011 Top 10 IP Cases in China's Software Industry

2011's top 10 cases in China's software industry.


US wireless patent giant files legal actions against China's Huawei and ZTE

20 tons of fake drinks confiscated in N China

Sisvel proposes Wi-Fi 802.11n patent pool

No heat or on the heat -Wong Lo Kat mark dispute

Liao Zhide: the Eye of the Beholder of TACP

At first sight, Mr. Liao appears to be thin with white hair, and one cannot imagine that he is a theater and multiplex mogul in Taiwan.


High-tech patent fuels better car performance

You are what you eat, and the same could be said for a car - quality fuel affects performance and efficiency, say experts.


AIPPI — IP Bridge of the World

100% Devotion Makes A Divine Life— An Interview with Shi Liangyan

Promotion Path for Chinese IPers in Public Entrepreneurship Era

Constant pursuit in ever-changing life

The future patent system of the European Union

By now, regardless of home country, most people who are active in the IP field have heard that the member states of the European Union (EU) have agreed on new legislation concerning unitary patent protection throughout the union.


Chinese dramas go global

China signs copyright cooperation deal

Japan Boosts 2020 Logo Defense, Belgian Designer May Take Action

Japan's New Patent Law: Employees' Patents Belong to Enterprises

Matchmaking event sets record for agreements signed

Awards encourage creativity, innovation

Salon addresses overseas systems

Matchmaking held for Fujian companies, outside IP agencies



Name : Lou Hong
Title : JSD Candidate, Senior Research Associate, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong
 

Overseas Protection of Chinese Trademarks under the WTO Regime


Name : Li Yan, Sun Fangtao
Title : Coordination Division of Beijing Intellectual Property Office, Master of Law from Munich Intellectual Property Law Center, Germany
 

IP Protection for Magic Art: Reality and Possibility


Name : Sun Guohui
Title : Patent Examiner, Patent Examination Cooperation Center of the Patent Office, SIPO, Beijing
 

Priority verification in different phases during patent examination


Name : Li Yan, Sun Fangtao
Title : Assistant Researcher, Patent Examination Cooperation Beijing Center, Patent Office, SIPO
 

Time difference considerations and conversions in the United States, Japan and the Europe



Invention patent filings break record of 1 million

Report on publication of professional IP articles in China of 2012

IP statistics

China arrests 3,170 suspects over IPR infringement

China's applications for trademarks top the world

Guangdong handles 145 infringement cases of Asian Games

The J-Innovation

Steve Jobs died the month that the latest Nobel Prize winners were announced. The coincidence lends itself to speculation about inevitability.

Volunteer team bails out busy court

Government supports unique intellectual property fund

IP service providers showcase products

Experts call for standardization of IP services

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