Law360, New York (October 8, 2009, 2:33 PM EDT) -- Taiwan recently reformed its patent laws, including by creating a new court — the Taiwan Intellectual Property Court. The IP Court has now been active for a year and has issued more than 30 written opinions on a range of intellectual property issues. This article provides a summary of Taiwan’s reforms, as well as a report of the first-year decisions of the IP Court.
Structure and Jurisdiction of Taiwan’s IP Court
Much like the Federal Circuit in the United States, Taiwan’s new IP Court has jurisdiction...
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