the 175th Issue: Zhongguancun Becomes National IPR Park --- China Intellectual Property

the 175th Issue: Zhongguancun Becomes National IPR Park

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   China’s copyright authorities have voiced support for a centenarian who urged a halt to an upcoming auction involving private missives written by her and her late husband, Qian Zhongshu, a renowned Chinese literary scholar... More
   Zhongguancun Science Park, a high-tech national innovation park based in Beijing, recently was approved as one of 10 "national intellectual property right demonstration parks" by the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO), reported Zhongguancun’s official website... More
   ST-Ericsson NV (Geneva, Switzerland), the failed joint venture in mobile phone chips, has sold off its connectivity and global navigation satellite system (GNSS) business but has not revealed the purchaser or the price... More
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· Determination of Infringement upon Utility Model Patent and Corporate Response Issue 54, By Shao Peizhang, Vice President of Law and Politics Administration School of Oriental College, and Director of the Institute,[Patent]
  A patent is a statutory exclusive power of the patentee to enforce the monopoly over technology, with the range of protection clearly laid out under China’s Patent Law: “For the patent right of an invention or a utility model, the scope of protection shall be confined to what is claimed, and the written description and the pictures attached may be used to explain what is claimed.”.... More
· Patent litigation in Germany —an introduction (Ⅱ)Issue 54, By Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar, Senior Partner, Boehmert & Boehmert, Munich, and Honorary Professor for Intellectual Property Law,[Patent]
Nullity proceedings may be initiated independently of pending infringement actions. The target may be a German national patent or the German part of a European patent. The patent may be attacked in parts, as in selected claims, or as a whole. Further, nullity proceedings may be filed and continued even after the expiration of a patent... More
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