the 144th Issue: Collaborations with Chinese companies – the importance of protecting your intellectual property --- China Intellectual Property

the 144th Issue: Collaborations with Chinese companies – the importance of protecting your intellectual property

China IP Weekly   Issue 144

   August,23th, 2012

 
In the past few years we have seen more and more Chinese companies investing in overseas companies. Whilst there are numerous reasons why Chinese companies are looking to invest in the West one common driver is innovation. Historically China has built up a reputation for large scale,... More
 
The United States International Trade Commission announced on Tuesday that it had launched a patent probe into Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and ZTE Corp, the latest of a series of blows to Chinese telecom gear makers in the US market... More
 
Despite China's long-term encouragement of foreign companies to set up more research-and-development facilities in the country, European companies' R&D investment in China remains low... More
 
 
 
 
 
In the "Era of Apple," the Samsung Group must be the biggest threat to Apple. Since smartphones and tablets have become new global trend-setters and focus of attention, virtually every player in the trade has their daggers-drawn... More
 
· New Generic Top Level Domains —An Opportunity or a Threat to Brand Owners Operating in China?  Issue 50, By Jannik Skou Partner at Thomsen Trampedach,[Trademark]
 
Next year brand owners will need to decide if they want to protect and promote their brands by registering new domain names under one of the more than hundreds of new open domain name extensions such as .shop, .eco, .car, .software, .hotel, .ski, .med, .art or in extensions in non- Latin scripts such as ".公司" (Company in Chinese) or ".新闻" (News in Chinese). Like it or not, the structure of the domain name space as we know it today is about to change... More
 
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