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Stephy Tang

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  • Thu, 29 September 2016

    How to protect innovation under sharing economics

    Leading Chinese companies participated in the China Top 500 Enterprise Summit to discuss the strategies and uncertainty of IP protection at a time of rapid development of technology in China

  • Thu, 07 July 2016

    All eyes on ASEAN

    Economic and legal reforms are driving harmonisation within and beyond the ASEAN region, with big implications for IP owners. James Nurton, Stephy Tang and Natalie Rahhal introduce a year-long series of articles

  • Tue, 08 December 2015

    The need for speed in China's internet industry

    In-house counsels from Chinese technology giants Qihoo 360 and Tencent speak with Managing IP about the shift in China's technology sector and why it pays to move quickly and aggressively

  • Tue, 20 October 2015

    SIPO and EPO highlight IP cooperation

    Officials from SIPO and EPO met in Lyon, France earlier this month to commemorate 30 years of cooperation and also to discuss further collaboration

  • Wed, 09 September 2015

    China criminal enforcement: Be careful what you wish for

    Criminal enforcement is an important tool for IP owners in China, but professor Huang Wushuang of East China University of Political Science and Law said that calls to make it easier to start criminal enforcement proceedings may be unwise

  • Thu, 27 August 2015

    Orrick further bolsters Taiwan outbound practice

    E Patrick Ellisen has moved to Orrick's Silicon Valley office

  • Wed, 19 August 2015

    Interview: Judge Richard Hacon of the IPEC

    Speaking with Managing IP at the tail end of his visit to China, Judge Richard Hacon of the UK's Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC) said that China is evidently putting considerable effort in developing its IP system

  • Thu, 16 July 2015

    SIPO finalises administrative patent enforcement rules

    The newly promulgated rules improve China’s administrative patent enforcement regime, though there is concern that they are still too general to be effective

  • Wed, 01 July 2015

    Alibaba-Kugou dispute may signal China digital shift

    Alibaba Music and Kugou’s fight over copyright licences may be a sign of a maturing digital music market

  • Wed, 17 June 2015

    New Balance suffers $15.8 million setback in China

    The New Balance case is a reminder that trade mark squatters cannot be ignored

  • Tue, 09 June 2015

    Kering v Alibaba sounds the alarm on China’s online counterfeits

    Alibaba’s troubles reveal multiple gaps in online enforcement in China

  • Wed, 22 April 2015

    China seeks public comment on draft revision to Patent Law

    China’s newest draft revision to the Patent Law brings a raft of changes, including provisions to encourage patent licensing as well as strengthen design patent protection

  • Thu, 19 June 2014

    Interview: Tian Lipu, former SIPO commissioner

    Tian Lipu, the former head of SIPO, sits down with Managing IP to discuss the growth of IP in China during his watch, how he views complaints from foreign rights holders and why he thinks the government will no longer be the main force behind the National IP Strategy

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