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Research Report on Establishing System of Linking New Drug Application and Patent Protection

Research Report on Establishing System of Linking New Drug Application and Patent Protection

Read the full report here. Drug is a necessity for human beings to sustain life and ensure life dignity. Research and development of new drugs and decrease of drug price have been the everlasting topics. The drug research and development is characterized by long cycle, vast investment and extremely low success rate. Hence, by making […]

U.S. Chamber Welcomes Chinese Court Decision in Michael Jordan Case

U.S. Chamber Welcomes Chinese Court Decision in Michael Jordan Case

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Chamber of Commerce Global Intellectual Property Center Executive Vice President Mark Elliot issued the following statement today in response to a decision from the Supreme People’s Court of China, which upheld Michael Jordan’s right to his name. The case heard by the Court involved Jordan’s long-standing trademark dispute with Qiaodan Sports […]

GIPC Highlights China IP Issues to Over One Billion Chinese TV Viewers

GIPC Highlights China IP Issues to Over One Billion Chinese TV Viewers

CCTV, China’s state-run television network broadcast to more than one billion homes, highlighted the U.S. Chamber’s U.S.-China IP Cooperation Dialogue in a recent segment that coincided with a new round of Dialogue discussions held in Shenzhen, China.

U.S.-China IP Cooperation Dialogue 2015

U.S.-China IP Cooperation Dialogue 2015

This new report released by a joint United States-China working group outlines solutions to some of the most complex and challenging IP issues facing China. The report is the second released by the U.S.-China IP Cooperation Dialogue, a collaboration between the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Renmin University’s China Intellectual Property Academy. The Dialogue brings together 10 thought leaders annually – five from the United States, five from China – committed to strengthening IP rights in China. The report examines five key areas: IP and innovation in the technical sector; IP and innovation in the pharmaceutical sector; judicial protection of IP; trade secrets protection; and copyright enforcement.