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the 17th Issue: Sharing Technology Transfers Should Include IP Protections

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China IP Newsletter   Issue 17 Foward       Subscription    Sep 24, 2009

·Sharing Technology Transfers Should Include IP Protections
The ongoing economic crisis, while depressing valuations of a number of companies and increasing their need to raise capital, has created opportunities for companies with strong balance sheets seeking to expand their product lines and enhance their current offerings.

· Sues Over Reputation Assault
Chinese video website announced that it has sued at Beijing Haidian People's Court for Sohu's infringements of Youku's copyrights and harming Youku's reputation.More

Skype founders file lawsuit against eBay
A company owned by the founders of Skype has filed a copyright suit against the Internet phone service and parent eBay, an action that could crimp plans to sell Skype for about $2 billion to a group of private investors.More

Cracking Down on Counterfeits
Coach Inc, the US handbags and accessories group, has recently aimed a blow at counterfeits in China by bringing civil lawsuits against its infringers. Coach in July and August charged two garment markets in Shanghai with facilitating the sales of counterfeits with Coachs brand name.More

·China's digital interactive interface enters adoption period

·IP protection in Canton Fair will be extended

·New Legal Platform for IP in China

·Top Legislator Highlights IPR Protection in Talk with U.S.

·Examined trademark registration applications outnumber 1 mln in China in 2009

·GAPP expresses to combat piracy in new media field

China IP Articles

·Panasonic: The Trinity The Localization (Issue 31 By Doris Li)
The Panasonic Corporation, an industrial giant in electronics and outstanding performer on the Fortune Global 500, has fallen victim to the global financial crisis, as reported in their 2008 Annual Report. Its worldwide turnover in 2008 reached 550 billion Yuan, down 14% compared with a year ago; and the financial deficit hit 27 billion Yuan.

Guard Against the “Legalization” of Infringement by Squatting
 (Issue 31 By Horace Lam and Betty Li)
Though having been trying hard to strengthen security guard against IP and paying more and more attention to the IP protection of both imported goods and goods at home, China still has loopholes in IP systems exploited by lawbreakers.

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