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the 50th Issue:GE Unveils a New Orthopedic Technology at Expo

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China IP Newsletter   Issue 50 Forward       Subscription    July. 1st, 2010

·Adidas Loses Against Hungarian Inventor in Patent Infringement Suit
On May 12, 2010, the Hungarian Patent Office (HPO) ruled in favor of the Hungarian soccer gear inventor Laszlo Oroszi in his patent infringement suit against the German sports apparel manufacturer Adidas, concerning Oroszi’s patent known as the ball-directing striped-line zone that Adidas allegedly, without Oroszi’s authorization, incorporated into their Predator Precision range of soccer shoes.More

·GE Unveils a New Orthopedic Technology at Expo
GE Healthcare launched the global debut of the new generation model of its C-arm at the Expo Garden Monday to highlight the latest innovation in the field of orthopedic minimally invasive surgery (MIS) technology.

 ·Patents Power High-tech Development
Relying on its own intellectual property, the Dongguang Group is now a key maker of braking systems in Changchun, an auto city in China. A one-stop site for various intellectual property services, the Intellectual Property Public Service Center at the Changchun High-tech Industry Development Zone was recently sanctioned by the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) as a "national-level demonstration and transaction center for patented technologies".More

·Microsoft Loses Copyright Infringement Suit Against Lithuanian BitTorrent Tracker
According to the blog TorrentFreak, reporting on the latest news on the BitTorrent protocol and file sharing, Microsoft was unable to shut down the largest Lithuanian BitTorrent website LinkoManija after the court of appeals overturned earlier decision in favor of the defendant.More

·Patent Information Annual Conference of China to be Held in Beijing
·Most Residents Have 'No Idea' about Patent System
·5th Directors' Meeting of CIPS held
·Copyright registration for works of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan can be done in Fujian
·Seminar on IPRs of national defense held in Beijing
·Shanghai IP trade system ran
·Beijing Customs captures lots of infringing products

China IP Articles

·IP Due Diligence in Corporate M&A  Issue 36 By By Jia Xiaohai,attorney at Shanghai Z&H Law Firm,[Comprehensive Reports]
Intellectual property (IP) has become an important factor enterprises must consider in mergers and acquisitions (M&A). In recent years, more and more mergers and acquisitions target technologies, IP, and technical personnel responsible for research and development (R&D). In the meantime, IP rights may usually be viewed as valuable assets for the target companies holding knowledge-based innovation, high-tech, or specific manufacturing processes. More

·2009 - Chinese Enterprises Turned Abroad to “Buy the Dips” Issue 36 By
Doris Li, China IP,[Comprehensive Reports]
As the year of 2009 wrapped up, a resurgence of overseas mergers and acquisitions (M&A) by domestic enterprises reached a climax. Throughout the entire year, Chinese enterprises rode out the impact waves of the financial crisis and kept on heating up campaigns to “buy the dips” abroad. 2009 witnessed a record as the amount of overseas investment and M&A reached an estimated USD 30-35 billion, three times that of 2008, and the momentum is expected to peak in 2010.More

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