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RISING CHINA - China’s strong innovation performance closes in on the US

RISING CHINA - China’s strong innovation performance closes in on the US

30 April 2019

From science and technology hubs across China, remarkable changes are occurring – and the US, long a leader in innovation, is feeling the heat. Espie Angelica A. de Leon reports.

CROSS-BORDER TAXATION

CROSS-BORDER TAXATION

30 April 2019

In order to stimulate innovation, many jurisdictions have implemented some sort of preferential tax regime for income generated by innovative activities. Friggo Kraaijeveld explains how innovation box regimes work with regard to cross-border taxation...

The 2019 Asia IP Copyright Survey

The 2019 Asia IP Copyright Survey

01 April 2019

Where did each copyright firm rank in the survey?

Statement from President Donald J. Trump on Additional Proposed Section 301 Remedies

Statement from President Donald J. Trump on Additional Proposed Section 301 Remedies

29 March 2019

Following a thorough investigation under section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974, the United States Trade Representative (USTR) determined that China has repeatedly engaged in practices to unfairly obtain America’s intellectual property. The practices d...

Trolls

Trolls

29 March 2019

The term “troll” is generally the colloquial moniker reserved for non-practicing entities (NPEs), those entities that file, acquire or use invention patents or utility model patents in bad faith, and it is difficult to say whether the level of (paten...

Increasing Damages

Increasing Damages

29 March 2019

Guoxu Yang and Ji Liu explain how a patent right holder can increase the amount of damage compensation in Chinese patent infringement litigation.

New Heights

New Heights

29 March 2019

WIPO reveals that IP filings reached record heights in 2017 – mostly on the strength of China.

Facing Off with Counterfeiters

Facing Off with Counterfeiters

28 February 2019

When it comes to beating back counterfeiters of sports merchandise, competitors on the field often join hands in battle. Gregory Glass reports.

IP: China vs. the West

IP: China vs. the West

28 February 2019

China’s IP system stacks up well when compared to the West, according to two lawyers who spoke at a recent event in Hong Kong. Gregory Glass reports.

IP Life Hacks

IP Life Hacks

28 February 2019

At last year’s INTA Annual Meeting in Seattle, lawyers from Asia and the Pacific pooled their collective knowledge for a session they called Life Hacks for Brand Protection in Asia-Pacific: 15 Tips and Tricks You Need to Know Now! This story, the fir...

Asia IP Awards 2018: Toasting the Winners

Asia IP Awards 2018: Toasting the Winners

31 January 2019

Forty-six firms from 19 Asia-Pacific jurisdictions took home trophies at the ninth annual Asia IP Awards

Cleaning Up

Cleaning Up

31 January 2019

A look into oil spill cleanup technology.

Hong Kong's Biggest IP Event

Hong Kong's Biggest IP Event

31 January 2019

The Business of IP Asia Forum welcomed more than 80 IP experts from global companies

Swimming Downstream

Swimming Downstream

31 January 2019

Global Internet Phenomena Report 2018 highlights.

Blocking access, stronger legal enforcement, and content at reasonable prices

Blocking access, stronger legal enforcement, and content at reasonable prices

31 January 2019

Asia IP asked key regional IP lawyers Kok Keng Lau, head of the IP, sports and gaming practice at Rajah & Tann in Singapore, and Frank Rittman, regional managing director at the Motion Picture Licensing Company (MPLC) in Hong Kong, how content produc...

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