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Wu Xiaoping of Wanhuida Intellectual Property comments on how hindsight bias contributed to an 'obviously erroneous’ ruling by the China National Intellectual Property Administration and welcomes the revised Guidelines for Patent Examination
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Ruixian Liu of Kangxin Partners analyses the key changes under the latest edition of China’s Guidelines for Patent Examination, which particularly concern developments in new fields such as AI and big data
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Shengjie Piao and Quan Kang of DEQI Intellectual Property Law Corporation provide a summary of the key changes after the introduction of the implementation rules and examination guidelines of China’s revised Patent Law
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A draft revision of China’s Trademark Law demonstrates the country’s commitment to crack down on malicious trademark registrations, say Xue Li, Jingjing Wu, and Mingzhao Yang of AFD China Intellectual Property Law Office
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Michael Wu of Chang Tsi & Partners provides a guide to the primary characteristics of China's administrative patent protection system and how to obtain an administrative injunction
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