Intellectual Property Strategies in Asia: Protecting Against Chinese, Taiwanese, and Korean Intellectual Property Piracy

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InterLingua Publishing, 2006 - Law - 133 pages
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In 2004, the U.S. government estimated that piracy within China cost American companies $20-24 billion a year. While the Chinese government, since joining the WTO, has made greater efforts to halt piracy, successes have been minimal since China is first grappling with the creation of a modern legal structure that includes laws, enforcement mechanisms and a dispute resolution processes. The 140-page report analyzes the steps that large multi-national corporations are taking to protect their patents, copyrights and trademarks. It offers a number of case studies and detailed descriptions of actions taken by these corporations.
 

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Contents

Realworld examples of technology leaking out of Japan Processes leading to and measures against the draining of technology Technology drain thro...
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Unintentional technology drain stemming from technology licensing
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Technology drain from problematic contract wording
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Japanese manufacturers striving to protect intellectual property through legal channels
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How Japanese companies respond and react to legal issues
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How Japanese companies respond and react to legal issues
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Points to consider in contracts
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Securing competitive advantage through patents
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Intellectual property infrastructure in East Asian legal systems
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KOREA
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TAIWAN
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CHINA
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Materials section
91
Interviews
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Appendices
103
Winners battle with intellectual property
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Intellectual property infrastructure in East Asian legal systems
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Report on Intellectual Property in East Asia Issued by Nikkei BP Intellectual Property Awareness
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