In the first part of this blog, I talked about unilateral steps that the United States and China have been taking during the ‘trade war’ to address concerns regarding forced tech transfer. […]
Trade and Peace on Earth: Part 1
O ye who read this truthful rime From Flanders, kneel and say: God speed the time when every day Shall be as Christmas Day. (Frederick Niven, “A Carol from Flanders”, regarding the […]
Sedona Conference January 17: Patent Protection and International Competitiveness
On January 17, 2019 in Washington, DC, many of the country’s leading patent experts, including USPTO Director Andrei Iancu, will gather to discuss how the U.S. patent system can be optimized for […]
State Council Clears Patent Law Amendments, Forwards to NPC, Patent Linkage Is Not Referenced ….
According to the official central Chinese government website, on December 5, 2018, Premier Li Keqiang chaired a State Council meeting which cleared the long awaited proposed draft of the patent law amendments. […]