In pace with the rapid development of domain name2012-01-06

Up to the end of June 2011, there were a total of 7.86 million domain names in China according to the latest Statistical Report on Internet Development in China from China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC).

China's recent development in domain name litigation2012-01-06

A series of civil lawsuits concerning cyber squatting has taken place successively or simultaneously in China since the end of 1990s when ".cn" was opened for registration.

An overview of dispute2012-01-06

The case started with a complaint in 2007 at Domain Name Dispute Resolution Center of China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission by Mercer, requesting the disputed be transferred to it

Achievement exhibition of the Special Operatin Against IPR Infringement and Counterfeiting2011-08-05

To demonstrate the consistent position and firm determination of the Chinese government to protect intellectual property rights, the State Council approves to put on this Achievement Exhibtion of the Special Operation.

Special report: Software and IC industry2011-07-26

A significant beneficial message was released for the software industry at the beginning of 2011, with the formal distribution of a Basket of Measures to Further Boost the Software and IC Industry (Guofa [2011] No. 4) by the State Council.

Special report: patent auctions2011-05-09

The recently concluded patent auction is a successful practice in exploring a new mode for technology transfer. Meanwhile, it sets a precedent in the competitive auction of intellectual property rights from the same technical field by domestic research institutes.

The history and prospect of China’s Copyright Law2011-03-17

How to evaluate copyright-related legislations in general terms in the past 30 years since China began to reform and open up?

2010 IP events2011-03-09

The online game Starcraft produced by Blizzard achieved unprecedented success in China. But it did not make money because the profits were destroyed by piracy.

Copycatting Drugs is out of control2011-03-06

According to the related regulations, healthcare products whose packages/names are similar to those of pharmaceuticals cannot receive administrative access to the market.

The 精武 (Jingwu) Trademark Dispute between Wuhan and Tianjin2011-03-06

Duck neck as a traditional Wuhan snack first entered the public view in 2000. Its popularity was primarily attributed to Chi Li, a famous contemporary Chinese writer.

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