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Official says China considers raising caps on damages for IP violations as it seeks innovation

SHANGHAI – An official says China is considering raising its low limits on damages for intellectual property violations and strengthening litigation on trade secret theft.

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James and Wells IP experts rated amongst the best

James & Wells partners Ian Finch and Kate Wilson continue to dominate New Zealand’s IP scene with their latest accolades ranking them as leading practitioners in New Zealand.

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Why the Ministry of Defence is killing Singapore’s ambition of becoming an IP hub

Singapore is an excellent intellectual property hub for those who have the cash and able to fight to the death , or well-connected.

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39;Industry lacks awareness of IP creation benefit'

New Delhi, Nov. Nov 1 Indian industry lacks awareness of the benefits of intellectual property creation and enforcement for wealth creation, and this needs to be corrected, Chaitanya Prasad, controller general of Patents, Designs & Trade Marks, DIPP, ministry of commerce and industry, said here Saturday.

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Nortel not just Canadian company, IP not solely created in Canada: U.S. lawyer

TORONTO – It's a fallacy to think of Nortel Networks as just a Canadian company and that its intellectual property was created solely in Canada, a lawyer for its U.S. subsidiary said Tuesday at a cross-border bankruptcy trial that will decide how remaining assets are shared among creditors.

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S’pore remains top in Asia for IP protection

SINGAPORE has retained its ranking as top in Asia and second in the world for intellectual property protection, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report 2014-2015. This marks the fourth consecutive year the country has retained these top marks for IP protection. According to the report, Singapore’s IP protection effort has

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Agilent Says New CGH IP Reflects 'Dedication' to Cyto Clinical Research Market

Agilent Technologies this week announced that it has received a "significant" patent for its array comparative genomic hybridization technology.

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