China's supreme People's Court to hear AMSC cases against Chinese wind turbine maker2013-06-24

AMSC, a Devens technology company in the wind energy and power grid industry, said that China’s Supreme People’s Court has scheduled a hearing on May 29th to review the jurisdiction of AMSC’s software copyright infringement cases against Sinovel Wind Group Co. Ltd.

Founder type releases its “Brother Chalk” font2013-06-24

Domestic font developer Founder Type recently unveiled a new font designed by Cui Xianren, a renowned street artist whose hands were badly burnt in a fire. According to a contract signed by the two sides in 2011, Cui will have the copyright over the font for the next 50 years.

Haier set for 3D printing technology2013-06-24

Haier Inc, the biggest household appliance maker in China, is entering the 3D printing industry to improve product quality, said a government official.

SIPO seeking more agents to meet demand for patent services2013-06-19

In order to attract a better pool of applicants, the State Intellectual Property Office gave prospective patent agents an additional week to sign up for the national qualification exam.

IP Scene (2013-06-19)2013-06-19

Intellectual property protection news around the nation

Local liquor awarded trademark in Japan2013-06-19

Shaoxing yellow liquor, a well-known type of Chinese liquor, was registered as a collective trademark in Japan earlier this month.

IP Scene (2013-06-05)2013-06-05

Intellectual property protection news around the nation

High court rules: Squatters must give up trademark2013-06-05

After seven years of legal wrangling, Qiaqia Food Co recently won back the rights to its English-language trademark from a German company that had been squatting on it, according to People's Daily Online.

Writer crying foul over auction of private letters2013-06-05

Renowned writer and translator Yang Jiang was angered upon learning that letters and manuscripts by her and her family members were about to be auctioned this month.

Mobile patent search now available2013-05-30

A patent search application for mobile devices was recently launched, enabling users to have more convenient access to patent information via cell phones.

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