the 159th Issue:2012 Music Copyright Protection and Industry Development Forum kicked off --- China Intellectual Property

the 159th Issue:2012 Music Copyright Protection and Industry Development Forum kicked off

  Hot Topics
China’s National Copyright Administration (NCAC) is now seeking public opinions on the proposed Payment Methods for Use of Copyrighted Works in Textbooks, said a notice from the Legislative Affairs Office of the State Council...
 "Beijing International Copyright Forum & Music Copyright Protection and Industry Development Forum 2012", the first thematic forum of 2012 Beijing Culture Expo, was held in Beijing on December 18...
  News in Brief
  China IP Articles
· The ambitious Big Blue --- Interview with Leonora Hoicka, associate general counsel of IBM Issue 52, By Emily Tan, China IP Magazine,[Comprehensive Reports]
IOn October 16th, 2012, IBM announced a third-quarter 2012 diluted earnings of 3.33 U.S. dollars per share, a year-to-year increase of 4%, or 3.44 U.S. dollars per share, up 8% excluding the impact of the UK pension-related charges. Operating (non-GAAP) diluted earnings were 3.62 U.S. dollars per share, compared with operating diluted earnings of 3.28 U.S. dollars per share in the third quarter of 2011, an increase of 10%... More
· Proving obviousness? Understanding the implications of In re Cyclobenzaprine Issue 52, By Lisa Barons Pensabene, Partner at Fitzpatrick; Dennis Gregory, Associate at Fitzpatrick and Feng Xu, Associate at Fitzpatr,[Patent]
A claim of patent infringement in U.S. litigation is more often than not met by a defense of patent invalidity by "obviousness." But litigants and district courts struggled with seemingly contradictory precedents on the structure of the obviousness analysis..... More
Forward   Subscription   December 27th 2012
   Our Products
Homepage          Cancel Subscription            Contact China IP
This Publication is subject to the ownership of China IP. Neither the publication nor any portion hereof may be reprinted, sold or redistributed without written consent of China IP

Member Message

Only our members can leave a message,so please register or login.