Because of its strategic importance to both the United States and China, the IC sector is a useful example of how Chinese policies and plans may – or may not – be […]
The China Patents and Trademarks journal has now made publicly available the article I wrote late last year with former USPTO Director David Kappos and former Chief Judge Randall Rader (ret.) “Faux […]
There have been several Chinese officials with authority over IP over the past few years who have been promoted. In December, the Ministry of Commerce recently reported that DG Li Chengang was […]
Thanks to the hard work of Jessie Zeng 曾 潇 of Tsinghua University Law School, and the support of his professor, former Chief Judge Randall Rader, we now have a translation of the […]
Michael Jordan won a partial victory in his 10 trademark administrative appeals involving the Qiaodan sporting goods company for the 乔丹 (Jordan) mark at the Supreme People’s court. Here’s a Chinese summary of the […]
If you are near Portland, Oregon, Prof. Eric Priest of the University of Oregon, Chief Judge Rader (ret) and I will be talking at the University of Oregon about our joint efforts […]
Here’s a forthcoming program in NY/NJ area that intends to cover the full range of China IP-related issues in one day. I hope to see you there on February 12, 2015!
This December 11th, George Washington University will host its third annual China IP Conference. Registration is free. The program follows the format of a moderated “public discussion” involving emerging IP topics of […]