Dec. 8, 2010
-- The International Intellectual Property Environment Forum opened in Beijing on July 7. Deputy Director of the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) Yang Tiejun pointed out on the forum that IP management departments should take active measures to guide companies to protect their rights overseas, and help them understand relevant foreign IP laws and information so that they can safeguard their own rights while respecting others'.
The forum is organized by the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO), hosted by China Intellectual Property Society, and assisted Hogan Lovells Law Firm. On the forum, six senior experts from home and abroad delivered wonderful speeches on intellectual property rights environment of the United States, Europe, Japan, ASEAN, the U.S. International Trade Commission "337 investigation"
, IP risk assessment in foreign trade and domestic companies' solutions, and etc.
The forum published the first achievements of research on foreign IP environment by SIPO. Four IP environment special research reports focused on the U.S., Europe, and etc. gained a lot of attention. It was reported that research reports on Japan, South Korea's intellectual property legal environment studies would be issued in this year.
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