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Amit to Speak at An Event of The American Bar Association: Navigating China’s Employment Contracts and the New Insurance Law.

November 8, 2011

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Dear Clients and Friends, I would like to invite you to a teleconference that will be hosted by the International Law Section of the American Bar Association which will focus on Navigating China’s Employment Contracts and the New Insurance Law. Mrs. Robin Gerofsky Kaptzan of Grandall Law firm and I are the a co-organizers of […]

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Huawei Wins Suit Against Motorola

March 16, 2011

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by Amit Ben-Yehoshua and Steve David Salem China‚Äôs Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. announced on the 23rd February that it had been granted an injunction by a local US court in Illinois prohibiting Motorola from selling any confidential data belonging to Huawei to Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN). The result of the lawsuit, filed against Motorola and […]

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Copyright Victory for Chinness

March 16, 2011

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by Amit Ben-Yehoshua and Steve David Salem Chinness, a non-profit website that stores Chinese world records, was celebrating a copyright win earlier this month after being accused of breaching copyright by Guinness, also famous for its database of world records. It was decided by the National Arbitration Forum, after reviewing a last-minute written defense issued […]

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Unlicensed Software Ban Shows Resolve

March 16, 2011

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by Amit Ben-Yehoshua and Steve David Salem Government Officials who allow the use of pirated software in their offices will face sanctions if they continue to do so after the deadline imposed by the State Council, amidst a push to increase the use of authorised software. This comes as the Copyright Protection Center report a […]

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