Controversial grading of Chinese WTO compliance to IPR protection

According to the Chinese Daily foreign companies give China after fours years decent marks for WTO compliance. But there are still complaints about “rampant violations of intellectual property rights”. The US Chamber of Commerce reported on this earlier. “The report said 70% of pirated goods seized at US borders in the first half of the […]

Overview of legal problems with IP enforcement

Photo Danny Friedmann Maria Trombly, Ziff Davis Internet and Bill Marcus interviewed Geoffrey Lin and Douglas Clark, attorneys of Lovells Shanghai. The result is a nice overview of some of the legal problems with IP enforcement in China. Read the article: Chinese legal system hinders IP protection efforts.

Intellectual Property Rights in China

Many non-Chinese companies want to profit from the Chinese economic boom. They either want to sell their products to the 1.3 billion Chinese consumers or use the low wages to produce them. Both ways companies can anticipate some IP challenges. They’ll meet the IP Dragon. About this fierce creature I will write this blog. A […]

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