the 122nd Issue: China steps up anti-piracy fight: IPR cases in court up 38% --- China Intellectual Property

the 122nd Issue: China steps up anti-piracy fight: IPR cases in court up 38%

China IP Weekly   Issue 122    March,15th, 2012
Beijing--China’s top judge, Wang Shengjun told the country’s annual legislature, the National People’s Congress, that last year 66,000 intellectual property rights cases went to litigation, up 38% over 2010... More
Increasing competition in China’s online video market has pushed the two biggest players to a merger that will create the largest company in the industry... More
Private brick-and-mortar bookstores are exploring feasible business innovations in order to survive harsh competition from their online counterparts... More
On December 8th, 2011, the first UK-China IP Symposium was held in London. At the Symposium, Baroness Wilcox, UK Minister for Intellectual Property,...More
·A Good Combination of IP and Chinese Painting and Calligraphy    Issue 47, By Patrick J. Coyne, Partner of Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP,[Patent]
The America Invents Act (“Act”) is the most sweeping revision of U.S. patent law in 60 years and changes the patent system in several important ways. Overall, it will strengthen the patent system by making it easier to challenge weak patents and by simplifying enforcement proceedings through four basic changes... More

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