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    Christopher Heath,Kung-Chung Liu
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For practitioners worldwide working with technology transfer in this culturally heterogeneous part of the world, Legal Rules . Despite the harmonizing effect of TRIPS and intellectual property law in general, technology transfer remains firmly rooted in domestic contract law and public policy.

For practitioners worldwide working with technology transfer in this culturally heterogeneous part of the world, Legal Rules of Technology Transfer in Asia is a godsend. For each of nine significant technology market jurisdictions the PRC, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia this nuts-and-bolts approach To The applicable national rules provides all necessary legal information and guidance.

Technology Transfer in Taiwan; Kung-Chung Liu. 6. Technology Transfer in Japan; C. Heath. Are you the Author or Publisher of a book? Or the manufacturer of one of the millions of products that we sell. Technology Transfer in Korea; Byung-il Kim. Part 3: The ASEAN Countries. 8. Technology Transfer in Vietnam; Pham Duy Nhgia. 9. Technology Transfer in Thailand; J. Kuanpoth. 10. Technology Transfer in Malaysia; J. Chong. You can improve sales and grow your revenue by submitting additional information on this title. The better the information we have about a product, the more we will sell! Submit Information.

Series: Max Planck Series on Asian Intellectual Property Set (Book 3). Hardcover: 265 pages.

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Pages: xxi + 278. ISBN: 9041198830.

Perhaps no Asian country currently attracts more interest from foreign inventors and investors than China. In many cases, however, this avid interest in foreign investment is not based on a reliable knowledge of China's legal framework and of protection of technology in particular. The book is written by two outstanding experts on IP in China Peter Ganea, head of the Max Planck Institute's China department, and Thomas Pattloch, now a practicing attorney in Shanghai and previously involved with the EU-China IP programme. The book thus combines practical knowledge with academic standards.

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Max Planck Asian Intellectual Property Set. English. The importance of the Asian market for global competition makes the appearance of a book on the protection of well-known marks in Asia extremely timely. This collection of expert essays examines the legal protection of well-known marks both under trade mark and unfair competition law in 10 different jurisdictions of the Asia-Pacific region, analysing the still widespread piracy of well-known marks in the context of the underlying legal and cultural concepts.

4. Kung-Chung Liu/Reto Hilty (e. , The Enforcement of Patents, Kluwer Law International 2012, Marx Planck Series on Asian Intellectual Property Law 16. eto Hilty/Kung-Chung Liu (e., Compulsory Licensing─ Practical Experiences and Ways Forward, Max Planck Asian Intellectual Property Law Series, Springer (forthcoming). 5 P a g e. Workshop on the actual role of iprs in technological & business innovation.

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Globalisation and Resistance: Law Reform in Asia Since the Crisis Christoph Antons,Volkmar Gessner Önizleme Yok - 2007. Intellectual Property Harmonisation Within ASEAN and APEC Asian Intellectual Property Law 10. cilt/Max Planck Series on Asian Int 10. cilt/Max Planck series on Asian intellectual property law. Yazar.

Despite the harmonizing effect of TRIPS and intellectual property law in general, technology transfer remains firmly rooted in domestic contract law and public policy. However, similarities in legal culture across many national borders keep this problem to a minimum – until we approach the technologically advanced countries of East Asia. For practitioners worldwide working with technology transfer in this culturally heterogeneous part of the world, Legal Rules of Technology Transfer in Asia is a godsend.

For each of nine significant technology market jurisdictions – the PRC, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia – this nuts-and-bolts approach to the applicable national rules provides all necessary legal information and guidance. Country chapters by local authorities are structured to cover the following essential factors: government policy on technological research and transfer; intellectual property system; licensing agreements; registration and notification; dispute resolution; tax considerations; transfer of patents; choice of law questions; franchising; publicity and merchandising; anti-trust rules. ...and many other invaluable details to help lawyers and business persons avoid pitfalls and make the most of the technology transfer opportunities available in these countries.

Two introductory chapters provide a much-needed perspective on technology transfer in the context of the world trade regime as it especially affects East Asia, with an emphasis on the trend to clarify and strengthen anti-trust rules. A concluding chapter surveys the market anthropology of the region and offers an expert assessment of the probable future development of technology transfer trade in the region.

With its first-hand, in-depth, country-by-country analysis, and its firm grasp on a diversity of relevant legal and cultural issues, Legal Rules of Technology Transfer in Asia is unexcelled for desktop use in offices handling East Asian trade in technology products.