This week in IP: USPTO to review OpenSky, China to step up IP protection, and more
USPTO seeks feedback on expanding access; OAPI examiners visit EPO; London frog becomes a toad; ITC investigates Samsung and others; India to simplify patent law; Bird & Bird strengthens Europe hand
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