‘Proof will be in pudding’ for China trade deal, say US lawyers
Law professors, in-house counsel and private practice lawyers say trade secrets are among the agreement’s most important provisions, and express mixed views on the deal’s efficacy
While the first phase of the US-China trade deal aims to strengthen the rights of trademark, copyright and trade secret holders, US lawyers say its success will depend on how it is implemented.
The patent aspects of the deal are...
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