IP Scene (2013-02-27)2013-02-27

Intellectual property protection news around the nation

IP Scene (2013-02-06)2013-02-06

Intellectual property protection news around the nation

Law dean and author: IP making long strides2013-01-30

China has made long strides in building an intellectual property system, yet its cultural and historical perspective differ profoundly from the West, Qu Sanqiang, the dean of Law School of Beijing Institute of Technology, said in a recent exclusive interview.

IP Scene (2013-01-30)2013-01-30

Intellectual property protection news around the nation

Action rolls as online portals sign on with US movie giants2013-01-30

Chinese audiences will be able to enjoy more Hollywood blockbusters at home following recently signed contracts between a number of big-name US movie companies and domestic Internet video portals.

Opening a new vision as regards how to interpret Chinese IP law2013-01-10

Zhang Wenliang Ph.D. candidate, Law School of Wuhan University, China; Ph.D. candidate, Law Faculty of Ghent University, Belgium. Yang Huaquan Lecturer, Law School of Beijing Institute of Technology, China; Director, Copyright Committee of Beijing Lawyers Association, China.

The 3rd China IP annual forum2013-01-08

Recalling the "China IP Annual Forum" in January this year, we are so honored that we have held two successful sessions with the support and help from the intellectual property community.

The branded cloves2013-01-08

The World Intellectual Property Organization, the International Trade Centre and Zanzibar have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to provide brand protection for Tanzanian cloves,

EPO’s patent translate service: 7 new languages added2013-01-08

To further improve multilingual access to information contained in European Patent Office (EPO) patent documents

Apple pays 21 million to avoid clock design infringement action2013-01-08

The Swiss Federal Railway (SFR) service recently accused Apple of using the SFR’s iconic clock on its iOS 6 iPad and iPhone

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