InternationalUSRemember you can easily switch between MIP US and MIP International at any time

China’s new e-commerce law still has loopholes for infringers

Karry Lai, Hong Kong

The law is unclear on disclosure of vendor identification data and duty of care for e-commerce platforms, which could place a large new burden on IP owners

China has finally introduced an e-commerce law aimed at protecting consumers and minimising IP infringement that will take effect January 1 2019. With an e-commerce market poised to exceed $1.3 trillion in revenue by the end of 2018, this is...

Please log in to read the rest of this article.

New to Managing Intellectual Property? Take advantage of free access to up to 5 articles on Managing IP and become a member today. It’s free to join and the benefits start straight away.

Already registered?

Please make sure you log in to read the rest of the article.

Log in

Join us now

Gain FREE access to up to five free articles when you register now.

Join here

More from the Managing IP blog

null null null



May / June 2019

From trademarks to trade secrets: in-house tips on brand protection in China

Despite the well-known struggles in protecting trademarks and trade secrets in China, there are some tried-and-tested strategies to employ, as Karry Lai and Ellie Mertens hear from in-house counsel at a range of domestic and international companies

Most read articles