Posts Tagged ‘IPR’

Nike Sues French Firm for IP Violations… in China

Wednesday, July 18, 2007 5:33 6 Comments

All too often, the discussions surrounding IP infringement in China focus on how Chinese firm copied the product, a technology, or a process of a foreign firm. Sometimes, this occurs as part of a JV arrangement where a partner will set up a second line, sometimes a savvy manufacturer will reverse engineers a product, and […]

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Environment, IPR, and Cheap Laptops: WSJ is on Fire!

Wednesday, March 21, 2007 19:51 2 Comments

the last 24 hours have been active for the journal today, and they have done a good job of reporting on the above three issues: 1) The environment: In their article Walk of Shame Jane Spencer reports that dozens of MNCs in China have been highlighted as polluters in a recent report entitled Greece Choice. […]

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