IP Dragon Roar Podcast 2 “Spirit, Software, World of War Craft, Compulsory Licensing”

Here is IP Dragon Roar’s second podcast about “Spirit, Software, World-of-War Craft, Compulsory Licensing”.     First Jamon Yerger and Matthew Kowalak discuss the following blog posts:     Stir up people to innovate by slogan or by a change of culture Supreme People’s Court Took AMSC v. Sinovel Wind Group Case On Software Copyright Infringement Trend […]

IP Dragon Roar Podcast 1 “Chips, Trends, Cigs”

Here is IP Dragon Roar’s first podcast about “Chips, Trends, Cigs”.

 

 

First Jamon Yerger and Matthew Kowalak discuss the following blog posts:

Manchurian Candidate of Chips: Backdoor or IP Challenge?

Trend Thirsty Thursday: Made Better in China

Plain Cigarette Packaging Debate Ignited Again in Hong Kong

 

Then Jamon interviews Danny Friedmann.

 

 

Listen to the podcast here

 

 

IP Dragon Roar Podcast 2 ‘Spirit, Software, World-of-Warcraft, Compulsory Licensing” you can find here.



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USITC: “China’s IP and Indigenous Innovation Cost U.S. 48,2 billion dollar”

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Innovative Copycats? MIIT Vice Minister’s Remark On Piggybacking of Innovative Copycats

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June 25, Seminar: ‘Managing IPR As A Business Asset in Greater China’

IP Dragon is delighted to invite everyone interested in IPR in China to a seminar called ‘Managing IPR as a Business Asset in Greater China’ organised by EUBIP and China IPR-SME Helpdesk. (Take note: some speakers still need to confirm). I confirmed. When? Friday 25 June, 2010 Where? HK Convention & Exhibition Center What is […]

Fake iPhones: Rip-off or Innovation

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IP Dragon Writes Book About Intellectual Property in China

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Thesis: Paper Tiger or Roaring Dragon, China’s TRIPs Implementations and Enforcement

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