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IPR policy and India's competitiveness

India's current Intellectual Property Rights regime is at the cusp of a major

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Think tank formed to draft National IPR policy

New Delhi, Oct 24 A think tank has been formed to draft the National Intellectual Property Rights policy, an official statement said Friday.

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Will we really see the dawn of a “new chapter” in U.S.-China relations?

Thorny issues of unbalanced trade, cyber security and intellectual property rights stand stark in the spotlight at this year’s U.S.-China Strategic Economic Dialogue now underway in Washington, D.C.

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Will we really see the dawn of a “new chapter” in U.S.-China relations?

Thorny issues of unbalanced trade, cyber security and intellectual property rights stand stark in the spotlight at this year’s U.S.-China Strategic Economic Dialogue now underway in Washington, D.C.

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Names in business for July 2

James C. Scott and Larry B. Donovan have joined the Black McCuskey Souers & Arbaugh Law Firm as partners. They both practice in the area of intellectual property rights and related litigation.

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Internet Society Outlines Framework for Discussions on Intellectual Property Policy on the Internet

The challenge of how to reconcile intellectual property rights and emerging Internet technologies and platforms has become a pivotal point of all Internet governance discussions. I

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China's IPR suits see spike in 2012

Suzhou, Jiangsu – Courts across China handled 83,850 civil lawsuits over intellectual property rights in 2012, up 44.1 percent year-on-year, according to an IPR white paper that the country's top court released on Monday.

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