the 234th Issue: Employees’ Patents Will Belong to the Companies Unconditionally in Japan --- China Intellectual Property

the 234th Issue: Employees’ Patents Will Belong to the Companies Unconditionally in Japan

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Recently, Japanese government reconfirmed the guidelines of revising the relevant provisions of the Patent Law, in which the patents invented by employees during work belong to the companies unconditionally... More
 
On Aug 31st, the 10th meeting of 12th Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (SCNPC) passed "the Decision on establishment of intellectual property courts in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou". Within the Decision... More
 
According to a representative from Patent Examination Administration Department of Patent Office under SIPO, SIPO and Japan Patent Office (JPO) launched the PPH pilot program on November 1st, 2011... More
 
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· Landmark IP Cases of China in 2013 (case 1 to case 4) Issue 61, By Kevin Nie, Jessie Chen, China IP,[Comprehensive Reports]

[Civil Case Relating to Patent]

Case 1. "Abbott Milk Container" and Preliminary Injunction

Case No.: (2013) SanZhongMinBaoZi No. 01933 Civil Judgement, the Beijing Third Intermediate People’s Court... More

 

· Patent right protection by China Customs Issue 61, By Liu Zihan, Danielle Eades,[Comprehensive Reports]

For intellectual property (IP) protection in China, most IP owners rely heavily on lengthy litigation. Meanwhile... More
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