Ten typical foreign IPR cases released today

Ten typical foreign IPR cases released today


In the "Hearing briefing" on typical cases of foreign intellectual property held by Beijing First Intermediate People's Court this morning, ten typical cases about foreign IPRs within the latest five years were released.

  The ten cases involve such large scale enterprises as Google, Sohu, Ferrero and So on.

  The ten cases are as follows:

  1. American Google Inc. against Google Technology Co., Ltd. Beijing for unfair competition;

  2. Kenwood Corporation against. Fujian Telecom Technology Co., Ltd., for the three defendants infringement;

  3. Microsoft against computer assembly dealer for software copyright infringement;

  4. Paramount Pictures, Disney, Warner Bros. Entertainment, Universal City Studios, Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film star accused Beijing Sakura Cultural Exchange Center, video stores of Beijing Sakura Star Exchange Center for copyright infringement;

  5. Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. against the Trademark Review and Adjudication Board of SAIC for "STARCRAFT: GHOST" trademark rejection;

  6. Ferrero against the Trademark Review and Adjudication Board of SAIC for trademark administration;

  7. American Jumping Frog Corp. against the Reexamination Board of SIPO for the patent invalid announcement;

  8. U.S. Graduate Management Admission Council against Beijing Century Parson Consulting Co., Ltd. for copyright infringement ;

  9. KBS against China Telecommunications Corporation, Sina, Sohu and other famous companies for violation of information network dissemination;

  10.Wei Meide Entertainment Co., Ltd. and Japan Ya Tuoshi against Shanghai Shanda Networking Development Co., Ltd., Shing Fun Information Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. for the violation of "Legend" Game copyrights.

                                                                    By IP Channel of People's Daily Online

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