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 […]

Supreme People’s Court Took AMSC v. Sinovel Wind Group Case On Software Copyright Infringement

In November, 2011, IP Dragon posed the question: Is American Superconductor (AMSC) the 21st century version of Don Quixote?, when it sued Sinovel Wind Group of Beijing for violation of trade secrets and software copyright infringement and demanded damages of 1.2 billion U.S. dollar, read here.     AMSC has filed four law suits against Sinovel […]

Is American Superconductor Fighting Chinese Windmills?

Don Quixote:      “Do you see over yonder, friend Sancho,                thirty or forty hulking giants?” Sancho Panza:  “What giants?” In Don Quixote, Miguel de Cervantes’ masterpiece (1605 part I, 1615 part II) Cervantes wrote that Quixote was tilting at windmills, because he thought they were ferocious giants. […]