Shirley Fu and Yakai Shi of Sanyou analyse the different types of IP protection afforded by customs authorities in China, evaluating the advantages of seeking active protection from customs
Bin Zhang and Lei Fu of CCPIT evaluate the rules around non-infringement declarations, including those connected to warnings, jurisdiction and compensation
Vivien Chan and Ann Xu analyse the draft amendments to China’s Copyright Law, including the liability of ISPs and rules around damages and assess recent court judgments
Wu Dongliang, Echo Lin and Simon Tsi of Chang Tsi & Partners evaluate the decision of the UK High Court to issue a global FRAND licence in Unwired Planet v Huawei, provide an insight into the way in which Chinese courts determine royalties for SEPs, and advise Chinese businesses on how to manage SEP litigation
Jiayan Xie of Deqi Intellectual Property Law Corporation assesses the circumstances in which trademark coexistence agreements are effective in China, looking at the requirements for such agreements and various judgments
Lina Li and Yunze Lian of Jadong emphasise the importance of protecting Latin alphabet trade marks in Chinese, looking at both translation and transliteration of marks
Nell Greenhouse of Kangxin evaluates different ways to enforce IP rights in China, including administrative actions, mediation, cease and desist letters and customs recordal
Guanbin Xie and Bin Zhang of Lifang assess the effectiveness of copyright law in the protection of big data before moving on to detail the advantages of using competition law to protect this data
Mengmeng Yu and Xia Zheng of AFD China evaluate the approach of the TMO, TRAB, CNIPA and courts to malicious trademark registrations
Victor Guo of Panawell evaluates the best way in which foreign companies can protect their IP against Chinese plaintiffs, looking at protection before launch of a product, procedural options and defences
Feng Zheng of Wanhuida Peksung analyses a number of Supreme Court rulings on the doctrine of equivalents, including those concerning the all element rule and process patents
Qian Hao and Hua Tan of Liu Shen analyse administrative enforcement of patents, highlighting improvements to the system, as well as flaws
November / December 2019
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