Dr. Jin Fuey Moy (梅振魁; Mei Zhenkui, 1862-1924) was not principally an inventor, and his 1908 patent on an enhanced nutcracker for chestnuts (“Attachment for Nutcrackers”, USPN 883,558) is in fact, the […]
Mark Cohen （柯恒）
Mark Allen Cohen （柯恒} is a Distinguished Senior Fellow and Director of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology at the University of California, Berkeley. He is also a Guest Professor at Renmin University, China. He has served as the Senior Counsel, China for the USPTO. Formerly, he was Director of International Intellectual Property Policy at Microsoft Corporation. Prior to that time he was Of Counsel to Jones Day's Beijing office. Before then, he served as Senior Intellectual Property Attaché at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing and as Attorney-Advisor in the Office of International Relations at USPTO. In total, he has nearly 30 private, public sector, in house and academic experience on IPR issues in China. This is his private blog. This blog represents the opinions of the author(s) only, and should not be construed as the position of any employer, client, or other party, including (and especially) the US government.
Attached is the speech by USPTO Director David Kappos from the joint Fordham/George Washington University conference on IP, innovation and trade issues in China on December 13. USPTO Director Kappos was introduced […]
Looking back on 2011 and into 2012, it has been a year with considerable transition for individuals following IP issues in China. There were some important lateral changes in the private sector. […]
In testimony on December 13, 2011 before the Congressional Executive Commission on China on the 10th anniversary of China’s WTO accession, former Under Secretary Grand Aldonas, stated that our “two countries operate […]
Welcome to my blog: ChinaIPR. This domain has been revived after almost a decade in the dark. I hope the blog will be a meeting place for data-driven, informed discussions on IP […]
Welcome to the China IPR blog published by me, Mark Allen Cohen. With over 25 years private, public sector, in house and academic experience on IPR issues in China, I aim to […]