China question: How do I tackle IP infringement in China?

Apr 26, 2017
A company in China is selling a copied version of my registered product. How do I work with the authorities to put a stop to the counterfeiting activities? And, if the situation gets serious, what is the best approach to taking the infringing party to court? What are the benefits, risks and consequences of the two options?
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China adopts a two-track system for intellectual property (IP) rights protection: judicial and administrative. IP owners facing infringement may choose the appropriate option based on the specific circumstances or facts of the case to defend their lawful rights and interests.

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