the 15th Issue: Small Company Defeats Giants --- China Intellectual Property

the 15th Issue: Small Company Defeats Giants


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China IP Newsletter   Issue 15 Foward       Subscription    Sep 10, 2009
                           
 
  
                    

 
·Small Company Defeats Giants
It can be hard to imagine an ant achieving victory over an elephant. But a small Chinese high technology company recently was successful in a patent rights lawsuit against US-based software giant Microsoft and Finland’s mobile phone giant, Nokia.More

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Chinese Intellectual Property Resource Center established in Chicago
CHICAGO, Sept. 3  -- The John Marshall Law School in Chicago announced Thursday the establishment of the Chinese Intellectual Property Resource Center during the U.S.-China Intellectual Property Protection Cooperation and Research Forum.More

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American judges impressed by China's progress
CHICAGO, September 3 (Xinhua) -- Three American judges who visited China many times and were impressed by China's progress said Thursday that China would make greater economic and social achievements in the coming years.More

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Chinese Patenting Overseas Grows Despite of Financial Crisis
Latest numbers from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), European Patent Office (EPO) and Japan Patent Office (JPO) reveal, patenting (invention only) from China continues its momentum in the first half of 2009.More





·China's intellectual protection system evolving rapidly: experts

·China adjusts import tariffs policy to encourage innovation

·Shanghai: Fashion Licenses

·Non-commercial use for the Logo of the National Day

·MIIT: tax reduction and exemption to support SMEs' innovation


China IP Articles


·A “Famine” of Patent Agent in China (Issue 31by Zhou Yi, Doris Li and Li Wei)
On June 3 2009 – the first anniversary of the promulgation of the Outline of the National Intellectual Property Strategy, SIPO announced its Development Plan for Patent Agency Service from 2009 to 2015, describing the current status and development plan for China’s patent representation business.
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“To Help More People Become Patent Agents”-- An interview with Ma Lianyuan, President of All-China Patent Agents Association (Issue 31 By Zhou Yi)
In 2008, with the support and guidance from the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO), the All-China Patent Agents Association (ACPAA) assumed the task of drafting the Development Plan of Patent Agency Industry, and officially started the work in March of that year. One year later, on March 19, 2009, SIPO issued the Development Plan of Patent Agency Industry and on June 3 it released the official document.
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