There are a number of developments in China’s efforts to roll out China’s three new specialized IP courts by the end of the year. Information is being shared at conferences, via […]
Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Ramirez recently delivered a speech on “Standards-Essential Patents and Licensing: An Antitrust Enforcement Perspective at Georgetown University’s Global Antitrust Conference” (Sept. 10, 2014). Here’s what she said […]
The American Bar Association has just released its comments on the SAIC IPR Abuse Guidelines which are available here.
According to press reports, SAIC is set to release on Wednesday June 11 a new draft of its SAIC Rules on Ceasing Abuse of Intellectual Property That Eliminate or Restrict Competition (Draft for Public Comment) […]
China’s use of the Antimonopoly Law to deal with pricing for royalties may have taken another turn with recent launch of an Antimonopoly Law investigation by the National Development and Reform Commission […]
On October 3 the National Academies are hosting a program on “Management of Intellectual Property in Standards Setting Processes”. The China paper by Dan Breznitz and Michael Murphree, entitled “Shaking Grounds? Technology […]
It is rare that I can blog on a patent issue in China that has implications reaching far beyond intellectual property, to property rights and civil law, WTO and TRIPS, and even […]
As China becomes more of a stakeholder in the IP system, and no longer sees itself as a passive player, how will its perspective on the relationship between intellectual property and antitrust […]