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the 124th Issue: Trademark squatting in China doesn’t sit well with U.S. retailers

China IP Weekly   Issue 124    March,29th, 2012
 
The Kardashian sisters don’t sell their clothing and perfume in China, and you can’t buy authentic J. Crew khakis here... More
 
Innovation is the space between a problem and its solution. A balanced intellectual property (IP) system plays a vital role in that space. Working with its 185 member states, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) supports global investment in knowledge creation through the development of a robust and sustainable IP system... More
 
As of the end of 2011, applications and grants on agricultural new plant varieties had amounted to 9,016 and 3,713 respectively... More
 
 
 
 
· A Model Enterprise in Trade Secret Protection   Issue 47, By Jody Lu, China IP,[Trade Secrets]
 
At a new product launching ceremony held in Beijing in October, 2009, Yulong Computer Telecommunication Scientific Co., Ltd. (“Yulong”) was surprised to find that its competitor Coship Electronics Co., Ltd...More
 
·Infrastructural Expectation of Trade Secret Protection    Issue 47, By Jody Lu, China IP,[Trade Secrets]
 
The 2007 elaborate interpretational definition of trade secrets by the 2007 Supreme People’s Court’s Interpretation on Certain Issues Relating to Application of Law Concerning Civil Trials of Unfair Competition Cases has proven inadequate to compensate legislative retardation and incomprehensiveness... More

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