The creation and commercialization of intellectual property is a long, tough process, an understanding that some entrepreneurs have yet to grasp.
Can’t we just get this Taiwan situation fixed already? I don’t think they realize that it’s mucking up trademark and patent filings.
Apple’s family of product names has its upside and downside when it comes to trademark protection.
If everyone in China goes out and registers a trademark, probability suggests that a number of them will end up being world famous marks. Sounds like a good strategy.
China trademark registration might be getting faster, but quality might suffer in the short term.
Are trademarks registered a useful statistic or should we be looking at how those marks are actually used in the marketplace?
AQSIQ announced last Friday the phase-out of the ‘China Top Brand’ logo. But hold on, the logo isn’t dead yet, it’s just resting.
A few quick comments about the intellectual property forum I attended in Beijing and the panel discussion I moderated on the in-house/outside counsel relationship.
I will be moderating a panel at an MIP intellectual property seminar this Wednesday in Beijing on “Managing Outside Counsel.” Here are some initial thoughts on the subject.