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Notarised evidence collection causing headaches for in-house counsel in China

Karry Lai, Hong Kong

Lack of punishment for those providing false evidence is a root cause of why businesses have a heavy burden of proof when trying to target IP infringers


The requirement to provide notarised evidence in civil IP litigation cases makes getting evidence a hefty task for in-house counsel. Practitioners say that the lack of punishment for those who provide false evidence is the root cause of why courts...

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