China IP update
China continues to take steps towards unifying its approach to intellectual property with the development and codification of a national strategy. CLP presents an analysis of some of the biggest IP-related issues affecting those who do business in the PRC.
Issue: May 2009
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Supreme People's Court
By Phil Taylor.
Over the last year, China has taken impressive steps towards unifying its approach to IP. In June 2008, the National IP Strategy was announced; since then, the revised PRC Patent Law has been passed and the Supreme People’s Court has issued judicial interpretations on the Strategy and issues related to trials of civil disputes (Interpretation on Several Issues Concerning the Application of the Law on Trials of Civil Disputes Involving the Protection of Well-known Trademarks and Opinion on Several Issues Concerning the...
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