Rouse: IP China Express 340

” IP in China, dusk or dawn?” Photo: Danny Friedmann In the 340th IP China Express Rouse, the international IP business selected the following news items: – Rubber products manufacturer Freudenberg victorious in a trademark conflict that has been going on since 2002. Finally the Trademark Appeal Board rejected the Chinese firm that wanted to […]

Rouse: IP China Express 340

” IP in China, dusk or dawn?“Photo: Danny Friedmann In the 340th IP China Express Rouse, the international IP business selected the following news items: – Rubber products manufacturer Freudenberg victorious in a trademark conflict that has been going on since 2002. Finally the Trademark Appeal Board rejected the Chinese firm that wanted to register […]

Fast Technology Transfer/IPR Infringements Slows Down China’s High Speed Train

Photo: Danny FriedmannHigh-speed train just got slower. Getting a ticket even more so. Infringed intellectual property rights can have negative influences on society. During the manufacturing process of these goods labour and environmental minimum standards, already challenged in China, can be ignored without ever being checked. Then the products of the manufacturing process can cause […]

Tian Lipu: “No Plagiarism ’cause China’s High Speed Rail Systems Climb Mountains”

At the ‘Third Intellectual Property and Urban Development Mayor Forum’, November 22, 2010, the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) commissioner Tian Lipu refuted allegations that China’s high speed rail systems are based on plagiarism. See IP Dragon’ article ‘Knowledge Transfer in China: How To Train The Dragon To Consume You‘. Sina reports that China News […]

Does China Export In Violation of License EU Train Technology Back To Europe?

Mr Philippe Mellier, CEO of Alstom Transport, the second manufacturer (after Bombardier Transportation) of high-speed trains, locomotives and metro cars, is calling on countries for a boycot of Chinese trains according to the Financial Times, here. In an interview Mr Mellier said that China was closing its domestic market; Chinese companies export trains that use […]