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Concerns raised over Chinese patent law amendment

Emma Barraclough, London

A former official who helped draft the second and third revisions of the Chinese Patent Law has said that proposals to revise the law a fourth time include some “potentially problematic” changes

Yin Xintian joined SIPO in 1982 and was made director-general of legal affairs in 1998. He is now senior partner at Beijing-based law firm Wan Hui Da.

Speaking to Managing IP’s International Patent Forum yesterday, he explained how a proposal...

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