the 63rd Issue: Ten typical foreign IPR cases released today --- China Intellectual Property

the 63rd Issue: Ten typical foreign IPR cases released today


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China IP Newsletter   Issue 63 Forward       Subscription    Dec. 16th, 2010
       
 


·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.
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·Huawei aims to build on patents
BEIJING - Huawei Technologies Co, China's top telecommunications equipment maker, aims to continue building on its strength for innovation and expanding cooperation with worldwide patent holders.
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·George Clinton Sues Black Eyed Peas Over Sample
NEW YORK - George Clinton has filed a copyright lawsuit against members of the Black Eyed Peas, their Universal Music Group label and Cherry Lane music publisher for allegedly sampling his song "(Not Just) Knee Deep" on a Grammy-award nominated album.
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·China Has a Long Way to Go
Traditionally, China has been labeled as a country good at imitation and manufacturing, rather than technology. That is partly true: If you look at the top 100 brands in the world, none are from China.
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·Chinese Brands to Receive Protection
·Race is on For High-speed Rail
·IP enforcement operation welcomed

·Pioneers emerge in honoring film rights on Web
·China online game Copyright Protection Union Set up
·Cultural Industry Likely to Flourish Under State Plans
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Glassmaker's Heated Pursuit to Protect Its Discovery
·China, US Start Trade Talks in Washington
·Final Accord Reached at Cancun Despite Bolivia's Objection
·UK Firms Told to 'Grab China Opportunities'
·Shutting Windows on Web Piracy
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Beijing Firm Makes Patented Breakthrough in OLEDs


China IP Articles


·BMW v. MBLW: Targeting “Free-riding with Famous Brands” Issue 38 By Kevin Nie, China IP,[Trade Secrets] 
On April 21, 2010, the Supreme People’s Court published its list of “Ten Major Cases Relating to National Judicial Protection of Intellectual Property for 2009.”(“Top Ten”1). The trademark infringement and unfair competition case BMW v. MBLW, represented by trademark attorneys Ma Qiang and Zhang Yazhou from Unitalen, was among the cases on the list.More

·Huali Networks: Going its Own Way to Innovation Issue 38 By Tommy Zhang, China IP,[Comprehensive Reports] 
 Innovation has been a rather modern jargon nowadays, and is a concern to everyone and every enterprise. What is innovation? How does one innovate? For the medium and small-sized enterprises in China, how can they maintain sustainable development through innovation? These are the questions frequently asked by enterprisers. Actually, there are no set rules for innovation and the answer varies by enterprise.More








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