Japan opened a court Friday that specializes in disputes over intellectual property rights, including patents, trademarks and copyrights.
The Intellectual Property High Court, a special division of the Tokyo High Court, has 18 judges and specialized investigators, as well as external experts to advise judges.
Its first president is Katsumi Shinohara, 61, from the Tokyo High Court.
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