China criminal enforcement: Be careful what you wish for
Criminal enforcement is an important tool for IP owners in China, but professor Huang Wushuang of East China University of Political Science and Law said that calls to make it easier to start criminal enforcement proceedings may be unwise
Huang (pictured) was one of several panellists speaking at Managing IP's Global IP & Innovation Summit last week in Shanghai.
Criminal enforcement is popular because it allows for effective evidence collection and can deter large-scale infringement. Thus, rights holders often push...
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