the 230th Issue: IP Week @ SG 2014 To Be Held in Singapore --- China Intellectual Property

the 230th Issue: IP Week @ SG 2014 To Be Held in Singapore

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The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) will hold its flagship IP Week @ SG 2014 event from 25 to 27 August. Created for C-suite executives, business leaders and IP thought leaders, the conference serves as a platform for the IP community to network and exchange insights on the latest trends and developments. In its third edition, IP Week @ SG 2014 aims to help businesses build their competitive edge with intellectual property. Participants from around the world will share and discuss how businesses can grow and expand through the astute use of intellectual property. Innovators, creators and professionals keen to find out how they can leverage IP as part of their business growth and expansion strategy can visit for more details on IP Week @ SG 2014... More
Recently, the 6th China-US Strategic & Economic Dialogue closed in Beijing, both parties exchanged ideas frankly and achieved broad consensus on many topics including bilateral, regional and global issues... More
On August 7th, the Beijing First Intermediate People’s Court made the first instance on the unfair competition dispute caused by whether the search engines of Qihoo 360 violated the Robots Exclusion Protocol... More
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· IP highlights in 2013 (July-September) Issue 60, By Kevin Nie, Jessie Chen, China IP, [Comprehensive Reports]

In July, Beijing Higher People’s Court rendered its final order dismissing the appeal and upholding the previous ruling in Armstrong World Industries (China) Ltd. v.Anhui Armstrong Building Material Co., Ltd. regarding trademark infringement and unfair competition... More
· In pursuit of rationalized balance between registration and use in trademark enforcement Issue 60, By Ling Zongliang, Intellectual Property Tribunal of Shanghai Second Intermediate People’s Court, [Trademark]

Though the protection of the exclusive right for registered trademark does not depend on actual use of the mark, the protection for unused registered trademark will be limited in scope... More
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