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  • Filing statistics IP statistics reveal Asia-Pacific growth

    01 Sep 2004

    Applications for patent and trade mark registrations can reveal much about a country's economy and its leading IP players as well as raising questions about how its intellectual property offices will cope with surges in demand. Emma Barraclough examines some trends across the region

  • OverviewBiotechnology - striking it rich in Asia

    01 Sep 2004

    Biotechnology has become one of the most important areas of science for the 21st century. Justin Davidson, Connie Carnabuci and Grace Tan consider the potential for developing and promoting biotechnology in Asia, focusing in particular on China - one of the most important emerging economies in Asia

  • ChinaProtecting well-known marks in China

    01 Sep 2004

    China has transformed its trade mark regime in recent years to offer better protection for well-known marks. Spring Chang considers the legislative changes and explains how IP owners can guard their well-known brand names

  • China: Broadening patent protection

    01 Sep 2004

    China's new patent law has widened the number of venues where rights holders can seek redress. Ren Haiyan and Hong Yan of Wan Hui Da Intellectual Property Agency in Beijing explore the new options

  • China: Successful trade mark enforcement

    01 Apr 2004

    China is attracting increasing investment from international brand owners. Kai Yang of Liu, Shen & Associates analyzes the options available for enforcing rights under the Trade Mark and Unfair Competition laws

  • Editorial

    01 Jan 2004

  • Injunctive relief

    01 Jan 2004

    Injunctive relief in China: a judicial perspective Following the introduction of injunctive relief for IP disputes, Judge Lu Guoqiang of the Shanghai No 2 Intermediate People's Court explains the rules on injunctions and examines how the courts have implemented them in recent cases

  • Brand protection

    01 Jan 2004

    Brand owners confront counterfeiting threat International trade mark owners are persisting in making counterfeiting a national issue in China. Their comprehensive approach to the problem is having an impact with influential politicians, reports Ralph Cunningham

  • Introduction

    01 Jan 2004

    The development of China's IP laws Hailin Zou and Lina Xie provide an overview of China's recent improvements to IP protection, and look at the issues that remain a priority for the legislators to tackle

  • Patent prosecution

    01 Jan 2004

    Tips on effective patent prosecution Dajian Wu of China Patent Agent (HK) Ltd., provides a guide to obtaining invention, utility model and design patents in China

  • Trade marks

    01 Jan 2004

    Latest developments in trade mark law Recent years have seen fundamental changes to trade mark protection in China. Yi Wang of Wang & Associates reviews the development of the law, and looks at some issues that have caused controversy

  • Enforcement

    01 Jan 2004

    Ten years of enforcement in China Tim Browning and Carol Wang of Rouse & Co look back over the last 10 years of IP in China and offer a perspective on how enforcement has developed

  • Litigation

    01 Jan 2004

    Judicial protection of patent rights Amended IP laws and regulations in China have increased the opportunities for rights owners to enforce their patents. Zhongqi Zhou, of CCPIT, argues that the new framework provides a strong foundation for enforcement in the courts

  • Administrative action

    01 Jan 2004

    Administrative actions can aid enforcement In China, administrative actions are available to enforce intellectual property rights, including patent, trade mark, copyright and unfair competition laws. Xiaoguang Yang and Xuemin Chen of Zhongzi Law Office examine the alternatives

  • Licensing

    01 Jan 2004

    Technology transfer made easy Increasing overseas investment in China, and rapid economic development, have led to an increase in technology transfer. Xiaoguang Cui of Beijing Sanyou examines new regulations governing agreements

  • Well-known marks

    01 Jan 2004

    How to protect well-known trade marks Hui Huang and Haiyan Ren of Wan Hui Da examine the different means of proving the well-known status of trade marks in China

  • Software protection

    01 Jan 2004

    How to navigate the software maze Many foreign software companies are attracted to China, and the regulatory framework is well-developed. Connie Carnabuci, Kiet Dang and Jiabin Wang of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Hong Kong explain how software distribution and development are regulated in the country

  • Life sciences

    01 Jan 2004

    The life science patent battle The generic drugs industry in China is vibrant and growing. Alison Wong of Bird & Bird in Hong Kong examines the present problems posed by generic drug manufacturers and how patentees can protect themselves in China

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