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During a recent webinar, a group of legal experts discussed the latest developments in intellectual property (IP) law and practice in China, including in the areas of patents, trademarks, trade secrets and antitrust.
Network service providers (NSP) will jointly bear the punitive compensation liability in some intellectual property infringing cases, Beijing High People's Court said recently. It also set forth more specific rules on the calculation of punitive damages.
China's intellectual property (IP) courts recently ruled in several cases that Chinese companies infringed foreign companies' trademarks or engaged in unfair competition. The foreign trademarks involved include German brand Wilo, Dutch company Atlas Copco, and Japanese company NOK. In one case, the IP Court agreed with the plaintiff that punitive
A Chinese government office recently issued a report on its intellectual property protection and business environment in 2021, covering new laws and regulations, the government's implementation of the law in enhancing intellectual property protection, lowering market barriers and maintaining fair competition in the market.
Yesterday, the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) released its 2022 Special 301 Report "on the adequacy and effectiveness of U.S. trading partners’ protection and enforcement of intellectual property (IP) rights."
We have previously written about an EU request under Article 63.3 of the TRIPS Agreement relating to "a number of recent [Chinese] judicial decisions and regulations relating to patents," noting that "in four court cases decisions were taken relating to application for and enforcement of injunctions in relation to
On March 16, the Beijing Intellectual Property Court held a press conference in which it provided a summary report report on ten typical anti-trust cases. Officials also introduced the newly established Competition and Monopoly Committee.