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the 70th Issue: US slams Baidu, Taobao for piracy


 
China IP Weekly   Issue 70 Forward       Subscription    Mar.. 3th, 2011
                
 


·US slams Baidu, Taobao for piracy
US trade officials have named and shamed Chinese search engine Baidu and e-commerce giant Taobao as "notorious markets" for counterfeit and pirated goods.More

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Huawei wins US ruling against Motorola
CHICAGO - Motorola Solutions Inc can't disclose to Nokia Siemens Networks trade secrets of Huawei Technologies Co, China's biggest maker of telecommunications network equipment, a US judge said.More

·Tian: Invention Applications Expected to Double in 2015
"By the end of the 12th Five Year Plan (2011-2015), invention applications received by SIPO every year are expected to double over the current number, More companies will have their own patents and IPRs."said SIPO Commissioner Tian Lipu.More



·SIPO summarizes last year and plans out 2011 work
·Confused bid at Groupon's China site
·China mulls first law on intangible cultural heritage
·Shoddy solar water heaters threaten industry reputation: association leader
·Ten-Year Plan of Beijing Zhongguancun Zone Approved in Principle
·Tighter rules urged to protect cultural treasures
·China ranks 21st on its own global innovation list
·Executives of Alibaba resign after fraud probe
·IPR penetrates into public consciousness
·Shanghai convened a conference on promotion of authorized software
·Shanghai:'Engineers' qualify for intellectual property work
·Sichuan to build demonstration cities for IP protection
·Jiangsu resolved 1222 cases on IP infringement



·Transition Issues on the Guidelines for Patent Examination Issue 39, By Wu Guiming, Partner of Kangxin Partners, P.C., Chinese Patent Attorney,[Patent]
In October 2009, an American semiconductor company launched proceedings with the Beijing Municipal No. 1 Intermediate People’s Court because it was not satisfied with the notice issued by China’s State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) which decided that its patent application “shall be deemed as not submitted,” asking the Court to require SIPO to withdraw the above-mentioned notice.More

·Fast-Tracking Green Technology: China and UK Race to Promote Green Patents Issue 39, By Kelly D. Frazier Visiting Professor of US Law for China University of Political Science and Law,[Patent]
In February of 2010, members of the International Patent Cooperation Union (PCT Union) addressed the issue of green technology. During their seventeenth session meeting in Rio de Janeiro, the International Bureau (IB) issued an announcement (fast-track announcement) stating, “A number of national patent offices are according preferential treatment to patent applications which relate to environmentally-friendly (‘green’) technologies.More










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