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China: Compliant Use of Product Labels

China: Compliant Use of Product Labels

06 May 2011

With the rapid growth of the Chinese economy, more and more investors from around the world are focusing their attention upon the Chinese market. Chinese laws and regulations regarding product labels are intricate, and when entering into the Chinese...

Competition Bill Passes LegCo

Competition Bill Passes LegCo

21 August 2012

John Tan Joins Reed Smith Global Regulatory Enforcement Group

John Tan Joins Reed Smith Global Regulatory Enforcement Group

21 August 2012

IP Expert Ed Kelly Joined Nike as Director for Asia

IP Expert Ed Kelly Joined Nike as Director for Asia

21 August 2012

Ropes & Gray Is The First To Open Foreign Legal Consultant Office

Ropes & Gray Is The First To Open Foreign Legal Consultant Office

21 August 2012

Indonesia’s Improving IP Regime

Indonesia’s Improving IP Regime

21 August 2012

With a newly-installed IP Arbitration Board and a rewritten trademark law looming, might Indonesia find itself with an improving global reputation on intellectual property rights protection? Gregory Glass reports.

Cloud Computing and the Great Firewall of China

Cloud Computing and the Great Firewall of China

21 August 2012

Cloud computing continues to be an area of significant interest and investment for many companies. Jingzhou Tao and Gregory Louvel explain what you should consider before going to the cloud in China.

US Senate Finds Fake Chinese Parts in US Military Systems

US Senate Finds Fake Chinese Parts in US Military Systems

23 August 2012

When Will Copyright Come to your Assistance in Australian Courts?

When Will Copyright Come to your Assistance in Australian Courts?

13 October 2009

The Australian Courts have demonstrated their appetite to refine the threshold which will be applied to subsistence of copyright questions. Jane Owen and Justin Senescall explain why Australian practitioners and copyright owners alike are anxious to...

Consumers, Retailers Prefer Fakes, Says Survey

Consumers, Retailers Prefer Fakes, Says Survey

13 March 2010

Heroes Top Torrented Show

Heroes Top Torrented Show

13 March 2010

Calm Amid the Storm

Calm Amid the Storm

29 March 2010

Although Thailand has been wracked by political confrontation, the intellectual property environment has generally improved. The embattled government of Abhisit Vejjajiva, who became prime minister at the end of 2008 after a parliamentary vote, has m...

IP Rights Enforcement in Thailand: Does it Really Work?

IP Rights Enforcement in Thailand: Does it Really Work?

29 March 2010

Despite a solid legal and administrative infrastructure and a good working relationship between IP rights holders and local enforcement authorities, enforcing intellectual property rights remains a challenge in Thailand.

Do OEM Products Made for Export Infringe Trademarks in China?

Do OEM Products Made for Export Infringe Trademarks in China?

31 August 2010

In a surprising and much debated decision, the Shanghai Higher People’s Court has recently upheld the Shanghai Intermediate Court’s decision that OEM products do not infringe a registered trademark in China if they are merely manufactured...

Right Here, Right Now: New Zealand’s Major Events Management Act in Force

Right Here, Right Now: New Zealand’s Major Events Management Act in Force

01 September 2010

With the 2011 Rugby World Cup looming, New Zealand’s Major Events Management Act is being put to the test, protecting words and emblems related to the event. Ian Finch and Ben Cain explore what companies can, and cannot, do when it comes to the...

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