The following are some English language reference materials for those who are closely following Chinese copyright developments, which can also be useful for those attending Fordham’s conference on July 25.
USPTO had released its report with links on patent enforcement in China. The reports summarize a series of roundtables and requests for information from a Federal Register notice. Others have previously blogged […]
The National Copyright Administration (NCA) has released its second draft revision of the copyright law for public comment. The draft was released with an accompanying explanation, but with later deliberations over the […]
On April 11th, Fordham Law School held its first China focused IP Conference, “Understanding China’s New Environment for Intellectual Property”. The program covered a range of issues, from patenting trends, to challenges […]
For the past few years, I have been conducting moot court simulations of DS/362, the WTO US-China IPR “enforcement case” with students and colleagues at Fordham University and elsewhere. The heart of […]
April 26 is International IP day, and in anticipation of the day, Chinese state agencies are announcing plans for intellectual property, releasing statistics, and holding conferences. The activities during this month are […]
Last week, we had a group of Chinese IP officials visiting Fordham – from Chinese Customs, a local Administration for Industry and Commerce and the Supreme People’s Procuratorate – it was a […]