Managing IP’s China IP Special Focus 2022 launched
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Managing IP’s China IP Special Focus 2022 launched

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Managing IP has partnered with leading IP experts to share knowledge and solutions on China’s IP landscape in 2022

The fourth amendment to China’s Patent Law came into force on June 1 2021 reflecting the need to strengthen IP protection. There are many highlights of this revision that the IP experts will explore in depth as well as a wide range of other relevant developments in China’s IP terrain.

AFD China Intellectual Property Law Office discuss the development of the law regarding OEMs and trademark infringement in China while Beijing East IP consider why adopting and promoting a Chinese equivalent of a foreign language mark is critical for foreign businesses to shine in China’s market.

Administrative actions are an important tool for IP protection in China. CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office discuss how they can be used in practice and what advantages they offer. Chang Tsi & Partners explain why Chinese enterprises dealing with SEP litigation should respond actively to ensure the issue is litigated before the Chinese courts.

DEQI Intellectual Property’s article focusses on why the patent prosecution highways programme is the most and active international cooperation programme in patent examination around the world. While Kangxin explain why applicants and patentees should understand the functionality of the compensation system for the patent protection term

Liu Shen & Associates provide an analysis of IP cases decided by China’s Supreme Court and consider the characteristics of each. Panawell & Partners explain why the patent evaluation report plays an important role in patent infringement litigation.

Vivien Chan & Co explain how brand owners can benefit from the changes introduced by the CNIPA including reducing bad faith filings and Wanhuida Intellectual Property provide an insight into obtaining evidence on the infringing product/process and the calculation of damages in China.

We hope you enjoy hearing from the IP experts on a wide range of topics in the China IP Special Focus 2022.

Click here to read all the chapters from Managing IP's China IP Special Focus 2022

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