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China's National Intellectual Property Administration (NIPA) updated the lists of demonstration and pilot cities for intellectual property rights (IPR) protection, part of its effort to enhance IPR protection and promote IP.
China's National Intellectual Property Administration (NIPA) recently ruled on two patent infringement disputes, the first of its kind under the agency's new authority to review major patent disputes.
Last week, the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy published a notice of final order that, based on national security concerns, blocked a Chinese company from licensing vision sensing technology from a UK university.
Last week, two key U.S. government offices, along with a British counterpart, weighed in on issues related to Chinese coercive influence and theft of U.S. technology.
China's National Intellectual Property Administration (NIPA) recently announced a plan to establish demonstration zones for intellectual property rights (IPR) protection by 2025.
The Beijing IP Court recently ruled in multiple cases that Apple is responsible for copyright infringement that occurred in apps available in its AppStore.
During a recent webinar, a group of legal experts discussed the latest developments in intellectual property (IP) law and practice in China, including in the areas of patents, trademarks, trade secrets and antitrust.