by Paul Jones China has been working on a form of privacy legislation since 2003, generally based on the European model. Drafts were produced in 2005, but the drafting has not moved […]
Director Kappos wrote about the efforts undertaken by the USPTO in cooperation with China on its trademark issues. You can read the post here.
American Bar Association Section of Intellectual Property Law and Section of International Law have issued draft comments on the Draft Regulatory Measures on National Standards Involving Patents.
by Joe Simone The National People’s Congress (NPC) issued a draft revision of the PRC’s Trademark Law for public comment in December, setting a deadline of January 31, 2013, for the […]
Original article from Xinhua: At the 8th Commissioner Meeting of the State Intellectual Property Office, Tian Lipu, Commissioner of the State Intellectual Property discussed the progress made by the office in 2012. […]
From Rogier Creemers: On the 18th, the General Administration of Press and Publications issued three draft regulations: the Internet Publishing Services Regulations, the Management Rules for Foreign News Publishing Organs Establishing Offices […]
The Australian Centre on China in the World (Centre) is a major initiative at ANU that has been funded by the Australian government. It enhances the University’s existing capabilities to create an […]
Innovation continues to be an important topic and a key element in the Chinese market. WSJ China blog reported the results of agency Millward Brown and media company WPP’s annual research on […]
December 3 was the deadline to submit comments on the first public draft of the Invention Remuneration Regulations, which were published by SIPO. Every indication is that these regulations are on a […]
TITLE: Deputy Chief of Party LOCATION: Beijing, China