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How China’s proposed patent law changes will affect SEPs

Karry Lai, Hong Kong


The state of standard essential patents in China, Japan and Germany, as well as challenges in patenting blockchain, were highlights from the 1st Asia-Pacific Licensing Executives Society Young Members Congress Conference

Standard essential patents (SEPs), blockchain and cross-jurisdictional IP disputes were the hot topics at the 1st Asia-Pacific Licensing Executives Society Young Members Congress Conference which took place in Hong Kong.

SEPs Ivy Xiaobo Fan, professor at Beijing University of Chemical...


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