Should the FTC’s proposed rule banning non-compete agreements be applied in an international context? The FTC failed to consider the international implications of its proposed rule. My comments explore the potential adverse impact on trade secret protection in China, on patent and trade secret strategies, and on competitiveness of US technology clusters.
Three China/IP Positions Open
In what I hope is a good sign for the job market for next year, recently three China-related positions have opened up, all of which have IP as an area of focus. […]
IP Position With US Fortune 500 Company in Shanghai
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., a US Fortune 500 company, is seeking its first local IP counsel to support its China patemt strategy as well as IP aspects of its local manufacturing and […]
USTR IPR Position Open For Applicants
The Office of the US Trade Representative has an opening for an IP position that closes May 20, 2013. The position is described here: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/342686700. The position was originally slated to close […]