Thu, November 17, 2016
“This position is located in the U.S. Consulate General Guangzhou, China. The incumbent will serve as an Intellectual Property Attorney-Adviser (IP Attaché) in Guangzhou for the International Trade Administration/Global Markets (ITA/GM) and United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The position requires a law degree and knowledge of all fields of IPR and international agreements governing IPR, including IPR office operation and administration, IPR training, and adherence to IPR standards of protection and enforcement. As an IP Attaché, the incumbent will act as a resource on intellectual property regimes in Southeastern China including Fujian, Guangdong ,Guangxi, Provinces, and Hainan Islands for U.S. Government agencies and U.S industry. This position reports to the Foreign Commercial Service Senior Commercial Officer and the USPTO IP Attaché Program Director, which directs the incumbent, reviews the incumbent’s performance and ensures consistency with agency and administration priorities. This position must also coordinate with other parts of the U.S. Consulate.”
If you are a qualified U.S. citizen you can apply, see more here.
Tue, May 1, 2012
After the U.S.A (USPTO)., Germany (DPMA), Korean (KIPO) and Japan (JPO), Russia might become the fifth country to have a patent prosecution highway with China.
State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO)’s commissioner Tian Lipu signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Boris Simonov, director general of the Intellectual Property Office of the Russian Federation (RFIPO) on a pilot of a patent examination highway between SIPO and RFIPO.
Fri, August 5, 2011
The world’s first game themed entertainment park is Global Animation Joyland, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province. It cloned the American game producer Activision Blizzard’s World of Warcraft (WoW) into “Terrain of Magic” and Activision Blizzard’s StarCraft into “Universe of Starship” designs and made them into attractions. Adapting a copyrighted game into a real life park falls […]
Thu, July 28, 2011
In the graphical perspective,things become smaller if the distancefrom the observer increases Professor Anil Gupta and Haiyan Wang, writers of the book ‘Getting China and India right‘, put China’s innovation statistics into perspective. Patent filings in 2008 U.S.A. 400,769 filings Japan 502,054 filings China 203,481 filings Gupta and Wang have a point when they argue […]
Mon, July 25, 2011
As the last article underlines, see here, the central government of Beijing is not all powerful in China. So it makes a lot of sense that the US Patent and Trademark Office went to Jiangsu, the important coastal province to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the According to the USPTO press release on July […]
Thu, January 7, 2010
The five biggest patent offices of the world: USPTO (US), SIPO (China), EPO (EU), JPO (Japan) and KIPO (South Korea) cooperate. They have a website and you can see their common projects, here. Hat tip to the IPKat.
Wed, July 18, 2007
The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is sponsoring a China-focused intellectual property “roadshow” July 23-24, 2007 in Philadephia. Topics: China’s laws and regulations that may affect how a business protects and enforces its intellectual property; how best to protect business assets to avoid intellectual property problems in the first place; how to recognize when […]