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Tweaks to Japan’s IP Regime Expand Owners’ Rights

Issued: October 01 2009

In Japan, the law isn’t known for changing quickly. Amendments to several IP-related laws have resulted in a series of minor changes, each designed to better protect the interests of IP rights holders.

 

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