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A new article in the Journal of World Intellectual Property examines the intellectual property issues in the background of an ongoing EU-China WTO dispute.
As part of the U.S.-China Phase One agreement, China agreed to lower the threshold for trade secret infringement as one of the prerequisites for criminal cases. A review of recent legislative amendments and court rulings shows how China is implementing the commitment.
In a communication dated November 2, and circulated by the WTO today, a WTO panel estimated that it would issue its final report in an EU complaint against certain Chinese IP practices "not before the second half of 2024."
U.S. Commerce Department Considering AD/CVD Rule Changes for Inaction on IP, Labor, Environment, Human Rights
The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) has announced proposed rule changes that would take into account "inaction" by foreign governments in a number of policy areas as part of the calculation of anti-dumping and countervailing duties.
In a recent ruling by a jury in Texas, U.S. conglomerate Textron, which runs aircraft, defense, industrial and finance businesses, won a patent infringement lawsuit against DJI, a Chinese commercial drone maker.