From Director’s Forum: David Kappos’ Public Blog: On Sept 10, 2012 the USPTO was privileged to host Minister Zhou Bohua and his senior delegation from the State Administrative for Industry and Commerce […]
I sat down with Nam Ngô Thiên (Chinese name: 吴天南, Wu Tiennan) (picture above) on Sept 15 in Beijing, fortunate to catch him on a recent visit back to Beijing since his […]
The Chinese “Summer Davos” just ended yesterday (Sept. 12) in Tianjin with Premier Wen Jiabao, several heads of state and senior leaders, Thomas Friedman, and many CEO’s and leading business officials attending […]
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 […]
The Peterson Institute for International Economics, a leading think tank located at Dupont Circle, Washington, DC, seeks a full-time research analyst to work with Dr. Nicholas Lardy on projects on China’s economy.
As summer comes to an end with the Labor Weekend in the US, we round out our IP Tourism list with the rest of our recommendations:
Every year, around “ IP Week” (April 26) Chinese officials and organizations of various kinds publish their “top 10” list, typically of best cases, most important developments, or leading officials. Since it’s […]
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 […]
A U.S. government position as Attorney-Advisor (Intellectual Property Rights) in Beijing, China opened on 08/17/2012 and will close on 09/04/2012. The job can be viewed on http://www.usajobs.gov/ job announcement number: ITA-FSHR-2012-0030 The […]
Fifth Draft of IP Abuse Guideline Rules of SAIC Completed: How Soon Can the Public Review and Comment?
According to a press release of the National IP Strategy office of today (Aug. 15, 2012), the fifth draft of the IP Abuse Guidelines of SAIC has now been completed, with significant […]