Tag: patents

China Patent Law Update: Second Reading of Draft Amendments

The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress released the second reading of the draft amendments to the PRC

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Data Requirements for Patenting Biotech/Pharma Inventions in China and the EU

This interactive webinar considers the filing and post-filing data requirements for biotechnology and pharmaceutical-related inventions in China and the

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How to fast track patent applications in China through prioritised patent examination

Xiaofan Chen from AWA Asia’s patent team in Beijing looks at how applicants can streamline the examination of certain

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Fine Tuning Commercial IP Portfolios: Value, Cost Savings and Investing in the Future

  There has never been a better time to review your company’s IP portfolio than in the current business

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Faster and Stronger Protection for New Technologies in China

There have been a series of amendments to China’s Patent Examination Guidelines over the past year, especially regarding the

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Valuation for Technology & IP Transactions in Good Times & Bad

Transactions involving new technologies and their related intangible assets have grown steadily. Restarting the world’s economic engines after the

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Intellectual Property and Domains for Start-ups and Scaleups

Explores the essentials when it comes to IP and domain names for start-ups and scaleups. An expert panel focuses

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China becomes top international patent filer

China filed 58,990 applications through WIPO’s Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) System last year, ending the US’s stronghold on the

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Clarifying the patentability of medical use inventions in China

At the end of 2019, the new Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) emerged. It has gone on to infect millions of people

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EPO rules plants and animals exclusively obtained by essentially biological processes not patentable

It has been clear that essentially biological processes for the production of plants or animals are explicitly excluded from

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