the 291st Issue: China clamps down on illegal, harmful publications --- China Intellectual Property

the 291st Issue: China clamps down on illegal, harmful publications

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The government has launched an eight-month crackdown on the creation, sale and dissemination of illegal and harmful children’s publications... More
 
On March 1, Shen Changyu, Commissioner of State Intellectual Property Office of PRC (SIPO) met with Jesper Kongstad, Director General of Danish Patent and Trademark Office (DKPTO) in Beijing... More
 
China was the fastest-growing origin of patent applications in Europe again last year, according to an annual report released by the European Patent Office last week in Brussels... More
 
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·Application of Notification-Removal Rule in Patent Infringement by E-commerce Platforms Issue 69, By Ma Yuanchao, Senior Partner of Shanghai Co-effort Law Firm LLP, [Comprehensive Reports]

In 1998 the United States introduced the notification-removal rule for the first time in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)... More

·Importers Shall Not Be Exempted from Liability for Compensation on the Grounds of Legitimate Sources Under Trademark Law Issue 69, By Zhang Huasong, PhD Student at East China University of Political Science and Law, Judge of Shanghai First Intermediate People’s Court, [Trademark]

Selling goods without awareness of such goods’ infringement of the exclusive right to use a trademark shall be exempted from liability for compensation insofar as the seller is able to prove that... More

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