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Asia Pacific Intellectual Property Focus 2017

  • Asia dominates IP filing growth

    Asia is increasingly leading growth in the filing of international IP rights. James Nurton looks at the latest trends in data published by WIPO, and considers the implications for IP practitioners worldwide

  • Computer program restrictions loosened

    Kang Quan of DEQI Intellectual Property Law Corporation discusses modifications and measures affecting computer programs in the Chinese Patent Examination Guidelines

  • Protecting trade secrets in China

    There is no trade secret law in China. But that does not mean that trade secrets cannot be protected, as Ran Wang and Xiaojing Wang of Liu Shen explain

  • Lessons from India on SEP litigation

    In recent times, India has become a battle field for standard essential patents (SEP) litigation. Several SEP holders (Philips, Ericsson, Dolby and Vringo) have chosen Indian courts, specifically the Delhi High Court, as the forum to litigate their SEPs. Pravin Anand and Abhilasha Nautiyal of Anand and Anand explain why

  • Tips for using the post-grant opposition system

    Masayuki Ogura of Shiga International Patent Office compares Japan’s opposition system to that of other countries, and provides tips for opponents and patent owners

  • Your guide to IP protection in Korea

    Hyoun Ja Park and Hyun Sil Lee of FirstLaw P.C. provide a Q&A guide to protecting, challenging and enforcing various IP rights in South Korea


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