Copyright chaos in book industry2012-01-09

Just before the 2010 Chinese Lunar New Year, news came out that the Chinese copyright t o One Hundred Years of Solitude was officially authorized for the first time.

Will Dangdang Get What It Wants?2012-01-09

At the 4th China Digital Publishing Expo held on July 5th, 2011, E-commerce China Dangdang Inc.

Mode of copyright protection periodicals in digital age2012-01-06

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Mode of copyright protection periodicals in digital age

Analysis of determination of copyright infringement of fine arts and photos2011-12-28

On October 8th, 2011, Beijing Chaoyang District People's Court (Chaoyang Court) rendered the first-instance judgment in connection with the copyright infringement case (Case) brought by the plaintiff Xue Huake against the defendant Yan Yaya, ruling that the existing evidence was not sufficient to prove that Yan has used some contents of the photo Old Woman taken by Xue, in her painting Grandma and that Yan has not infringed upon the copyright of Xue.

Zhou Lin: a pioneer of china's art law2011-12-28

Professor Zhou Lin, as a well-known Chinese expert in law, has made extraordinary contributions to the IP field, especially in the area of Copyright Law.

The difference and overlap in protection between patent design and copyright2011-12-28

It is generally recognized that painting and calligraphy works in China are under the protection of copyright, which is naturally regulated and adjusted by the copyright law of the PRC. However, some art works have aesthetic feeling and are fit for industrial application, which may be confused with design in concept.

Perplexity in copyright protection for artworks2011-12-28

Infringement disputes concerning works of art have again become the focus of people's attention, as Leopard, an oil painting by Chinese artist Zeng Fanzhi, was suspected to be infringing upon the copyright of a photograph by Steve Winter, an American photographer from National Geography magazine.

Zhai Xin, a calligraphy master with special ip views2011-12-28

Zhai Xin, master of Chinese calligraphy, always gives people a down-to-earth atmosphere, which differentiates himself from the refine literati like Fan Zeng, whose distinct designation goes to Tang suit, or the idiosyncratic artists labeled with cocktails.

The role of copyright registration in the protection of works of calligraphy and painting2011-12-28

Painting and calligraphy works belong to works of fine art under China's Copyright Law. They have various means and an extensive extent of dissemination. In practice, it is common to see lawsuits caused by copyright infringements upon artworks.

A brief discussion on copyright protection for folklore works2011-12-28

Beijing Bristle Doll (Zongren) is a traditional folk art of Beijing. It was included into the list of the intangible cultural heritage of the city in June 2007.

The J-Innovation

Steve Jobs died the month that the latest Nobel Prize winners were announced. The coincidence lends itself to speculation about inevitability.

Volunteer team bails out busy court

Government supports unique intellectual property fund

IP service providers showcase products

Experts call for standardization of IP services