Trade secret cases set to rise in China after regulation change
A shift of burden of proof from plaintiffs to defendants will encourage more businesses to take trade secrets to court, say in-house counsel
With China announcing changes to its Anti-Unfair Competition Law to target trade secret theft, in-house counsel say the shift of burden of proof from the plaintiff to defendant is a blessing that will drive more companies to take their trade...
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