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China IP - the government perspective

Representatives from the Chinese government gave INTA attendees an update on the status of trademark protection in China. Judge Yin Shaoping of the Supreme People’s Court discussed judicial mechanisms for protecting intellectual property, while Zhang Feifei of the Ministry of Public Security gave an overview of China’s successful anticounterfeiting campaigns. Li Zhenzhong of the National Leading Group on the Fight Against IPR Infringement and Counterfeiting provided information about plans to strengthen IP protection at the local and provincial levels, while Professor Tao Xinliang of Shanghai University and Dacheng Law Firm Shanghai Office talked about some of the changes in China’s Trademark Law.

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