China slams US over ‘attack’ on its candidate to UN IP body
Showdown over the leadership of the World Intellectual Property Organization is the latest face-off between the two countries.
US failing to stop China from stealing research: report
Calls out the FBI should to be more effective and consistent in warning colleges and universities.
Tesla secures land in Shanghai for first factory outside US
The automaker has yet to say how it will pay for the Shanghai factory.
Trump to seek trade probe of China for technology, IP theft
This while seeking Beijing’s help to bring North Korea into line.
Leverage legal issues: innovating in a complex regulatory environment
Take advantage of legal issues to boost value and minimize IP risks.
Counterfeiter issues? XRCC experts are on the job
The Xerox Research Centre of Canada has developed advanced materials to meet manufacturers’ security challenges.
Sask.’s Wall promises tax incentive for new patents that earn money
Goal is to reward companies that develop and commercialize patents and IP in the province, premier says.
TPP’s IP conditions bad for Canada?
Critics concerned IP conditions puts emerging and innovative entrepreneurs in smaller countries, such as Canada, at a disadvantage.
Balsillie fears TPP could cost Canada billions
Intellectual property rules weighted to the US make the deal the “worst ever” policy move.
Memex acquires IP, other assets of Dostek Inc.
Will use technology to enhance DNC capabilities of MERLIN shopfloor OEE platform.
China considers higher caps for IP violations
Cracking down on trade secret theft to encourage innovation.
Prepare a cyber defence
Manufacturers need to be aware of the threat to their businesses and place cyber security high on the action list.
Ballard signs $1M services agreement with M-Field in Europe
Deal includes engineering services for material handling systems to be deployed in Europe.
From PLANT’s print issue: IP protection
What you need to know about safeguarding your innovations.
US says action needed on growing Chinese hacking that harms trust, Beijing’s interests
Cyber intrusions from China have reached very high levels, adding to existing IP protection problems.
CSA supports changes to counterfeit products act
Combating Counterfeit Products Act toughens Trade-marks and Copyright laws.
Shareholders OK Nexen deal, CSIS warns of foreign takeover dangers
Acquiring control of strategic sectors can represent a threat to security interests.
Patent protection stirs Canada EU trade talks
Exclusive rights for 10 years feared to drive up drug plan costs.