Legal analysis of China's first BlackBerry trademark counterfeiting case2012-06-13

The second instance trial of trademark counterfeiting case of BlackBerry against Liu Bingming et al.,

Observation and case-study for overcoming provision refusals in trademark practice in CIS member states2012-06-01

The Common wealth of Independent States (CIS) was established in 1991 as a regional organization with participating countries of the former Soviet Union (SU) and unites 11 states with a cumulative population of about 280 million.

The problem of legal protection for sporting events programs in China2012-06-01

In modern society, sporting events have long exceeded the conceptual category of simply being games, and have become commercial activities with large amounts of capital investments and huge sums of financial return

The allure of celebrities2012-06-01

Maybe you are not a basketball fan and do not even watch basketball games

"Sound Trademark" on the Fire2012-03-12

On September 2nd, 2011, the Legislative Affairs Office of the State Council of China issued the Trademark Law of the People's Republic of China (Amendments Exposure Draft) to solicit opinions from all circles of the society

The new Unfair Competition Act of the State of Washington and its effects on the manufacturing industry of China2012-03-12

Name: Zhang Guangliang
Title: Associate Professor of Law School of Renmin University of China

An Act entitled, Sale of Products — Stolen or Misappropriated Information Technology, was enacted by the State of Washington (Washington) this year

Collective marks: lingering between a warm welcome and a cold welcome2011-11-01

Recently, the news regarding a high-profile fight over the sale and consumption of a counterfeit version of a popular snack, called the "Shaxian Snacks" or "Sha County Snacks," in Wuxi, Jangsu Province, has raised concerns from various circles in China for the issue of collective marks.

Johnnie Walker's successful suppression of trademark dilution2011-11-01

Johnnie Walker encounters a free rider.  It enjoined defendants for further infringement, and assessed damages against Bishuang Company and Yongru Company from 120,000 Yuan and Xiao Shaoli for 1,500 Yuan.

Trademark infringement continues despite crackdown2011-07-29

BEIJING - Trademark infringement at home and abroad has continued unabated, officials of the State Administration for Industry and Commerce said after concluding the largest-ever national campaign of intellectual property protection.

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