the 74th Issue: The Merger and Acquisition of Nokia Siemens Provided Reference for Chinese Enterprises on IP Protection --- China Intellectual Property

the 74th Issue: The Merger and Acquisition of Nokia Siemens Provided Reference for Chinese Enterprises on IP Protection


 
China IP Weekly   Issue 74 Forward       Subscription    Mar., 31st, 2011
              
 


·The Merger and Acquisition of Nokia Siemens Provided Reference for Chinese Enterprises on IP Protection
Recently, the Ministry of Commerce extended the review period of the merger and acquisition of the wireless sector Motorola Solutions Inc. (MSI) by Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) for up to an additional 60 days, making NSN’s plan to get approval in the first quarter of this year delayed. More

·Online copyright calls for better regulations
BEIJING, March 29 -- The copyright dispute between dozens of Chinese writers and the Internet search engine Baidu is of landmark significance. On March 15, World Consumers' Day, 50 Chinese writers published a declaration accusing Baidu of infringing upon their copyright by allowing the free uploading and downloading of their works from its website library wenku.baidu.com.
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·Blogger Han Han appeals to Baidu CEO on copyright
 China's leading blogger Han Han made an emotional online appeal to Robin Li, CEO of Baidu.com to rectify copyright infringements on the largest Chinese search engine. Han Han's blog, published early on Saturday, complained that representatives sent by Baidu were arrogant in the copyright negotiations with authors and refused to admit any act of piracy. More



·The 2nd China Patent Counsel Conference 2011
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2011 Sino-Japanese Copyright Exchange Held in Shanghai
·National IPR Enforcement Campaign to be Extended to June
·Baidu CEO seeks win-win business model in copyright dispute
·VOV Files a Court Case for Namesake Registration
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Apple sues Amazon over APP STORE trademark
·Unilever denies price fixing
·Senior Chinese leader stresses innovation during visit to Fujian province
·Henan convened a directors’ conference for IP offices across the province
·Police follow a twisting trail of go-betweens to bag counterfeiter
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94-year-old man becomes oldest CEO in Chongqing



·Analytical Comments on Legal Protection of Chinese Equivalents of Unregistered Trademarks and Judicial Practice Issue 40, By Zhang Zaiping and Yan Chunde,[Trademark]
An unregistered Chinese equivalent of a trademark refers to the Chinese translation of a trademark whose origin is in a foreign language (including transliteration, free translation, or both), which in practice may have been adopted by either the original proprietor of the foreign language trademark, or the public and media. More

·Exclusive Market Power and Institutional Barriers for TCM Drugs  Issue 40, By Song Xiaoting,Professor, School of Law & School of IP, Tongji University,[Patent]
According to the current drug regulatory system, drugs considered traditional Chinese medicines (TCM) are categorized as Chinese patent drugs, the extracts of crude drugs and their preparations, and artificial imitations of Chinese medicinal herbs. In today’s market the majority of the domestic TMC manufacturers are profit-driven companies. Most drug makers produce Chinese medicines, compound drugs and/ or biological products. More









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