1. Patent Infringement Case of Determining Equivalents of New
Appellate Case on Invention Patent Infringement, Hunan Corun
New Energy Co., Ltd. v. Alantum Advanced Technology
Materials(Dalian) Co., Ltd., etc [Jiangsu High Court
Civil Judgment (2011) Su Zhi Min Zai Zhong Zi No. 1]
2. Trademark Infringement and Unfair Competition Dispute Case of
"WEI JI in Chinese" Soy Sauce
Trademark Infringement and Unfair Competition Case, Foshan
Haitian Flavoring Food Co., Ltd. v. Foshan Gao Ming Wei Ji
Seasoning Food Co., Ltd. [Guangdong Foshan Intermediate Court
Civil Judgment (2012) Fo Zhong Fa Zhi Min Chu Zi No. 352]
3. Pre-trial Behavior Preservation Case of Auction of Manuscript
of QIAN Zhongshu's Epistles
Pre-litigation Behavior Preservation Case, Jikang YANG v.
Sungari International Auction Co., Ltd. & Guoqiang LI
[Beijing Second Intermediate Court Civil Ruling (2013) Er Zhong Bao
Zi No. 9727]
4. Copyright Dispute Case of "Ultraman"
Re-trial Application Case on Copyright Infringement,
Tsuburaya Productions, Shanghai Yu Gu Planning Co. Ltd. v.
Sompote Saengduenchai, Chaiyo Publishing Ltd., Guangzhou Book
Center Co., Ltd., Shanghai Audiovisual Press [Supreme Court
Civil Ruling (2011) Min Shen Zi No. 259]
5. Trade Secret Infringement Dispute Case of Relevant Resin
Appellate Case on Trade Secret Infringement, Si Group, SI
Chemical (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. v. Hua Qi (Zhangjiagang) Chemical
Co., Ltd., Jie XU [Shanghai High Court Civil Judgment (2013)
Hu Gao Min San (Zhi) Zhong Zi No. 93]
6. Standard Essential Patent Royalty Fee Case
Appellate Case on Standard Essential Patent Royalty Fee,
Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. v. InterDigital (IDC)
[Guangdong High Court Civil Judgment (2013) Yue Gao Fa Min San
Zhong Zi No. 305]
7. Contract Dispute Case Confirming Invalidation of License
Agreement of "Liang You 996" Variety Right
Appellate Case on Confirming Invalidation of New Plant Variety
Right License Agreement, Fujian ChaoDa Modern Seed Industry
Co., Ltd. v. Rice Research Institute of Anhui Academy of
Agricultural Science [Anhui High Court Civil Ruling (2012) Wan
Min San Zhong Zi No. 81]
II. Intellectual Property Administrative Cases
8. Well-known Mark Protection Case of "Power Dekor in
Arraigned Case on Trademark Administrative Dispute, Power
Dekor Group Ltd. v. the Trademark Review and Adjudication Board,
Hebei Guang Tai Gypsum Mining Co. Ltd. [Supreme Court
Administrative Judgment (2013) Xing Ti Zi No. 24]
9. Trademark Administrative Dispute Case of Generic Name
"Jin Jun Mei in Chinese"
Appellate Case on Administrative Dispute of Trademark Opposition
Appeal, Wuyishan Paulownia Tea Co., Ltd. v. the Trademark
Review and Adjudication Board, Fujian Wuyishan National Nature
Reservation Zhengshan Tea Co., Ltd. [Beijing High Court
Administrative Judgment (2013) Gao Xing Zhong Zi No. 1767]
III. Intellectual Property Criminal Cases
10. Criminal Case of Counterfeiting Registered Trademark on
Counterfeiting Registered Trademark Case, 28 Individuals of
Lian Gui ZONG, etc. [Henan High Court Criminal Ruling
(2013) Yu Fa Zhi Xing Zhong Zi No. 2]
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