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The China IP Blog Series: Overview of the Supreme People’s Court’s Latest Provisions on Evidence in Civil Proceedings Involving IP Disputes

By Staff on Friday, February 12th, 2021

By: Dr. Paolo Beconcini and Elisa Li* (please see the end for more on Ms. Li and her practice) Overview of the Supreme People’s Court Provisions on Evidence in Civil Proceedings Involving IP Disputes After the “Decision of the Supreme People’s Court on Revising the Several Provisions on Evidence in Civil Proceedings” became effective on…

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The China IP Blog Series: Chinese OEM Trademark Infringement Liability in Light of the Global Covid-19 Crisis

By Staff on Friday, February 5th, 2021

Author: Dr. Paolo Beconcini Chinese OEM Trademark Infringement Liability in Light of the Global Covid-19 Crisis For decades, Western companies have relied on Chinese factories to manufacture their products at a low cost and export them back to other markets to be sold with a high margin of profit. This is normally referred to as…

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The China IP Blog Series: The Latest Amendments to the Chinese Patent Law

By Staff on Friday, January 29th, 2021

Author: Dr. Paolo Beconcini THE LATEST AMENDMENTS TO THE CHINESE PATENT LAW October 17, 2020, the 22nd Meeting of the Standing Committee of the Thirteenth National People’s Congress issued a Decision (hereafter and in the Footnotes “The Decision”), adopting the fourth set of amendments to the Patent Law of the People’s Republic of China[1] since…

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China’s Recent Trade Investment Agreement with the EU and the Impact of its Provisions on Forced Technology Transfer

By Staff on Wednesday, January 27th, 2021

Author: Dr. Paolo Beconcini 2020 China-E.U. Trade Investment Agreement and IP/Technology Theft On December 30, 2020, after seven long years of negotiations, China and the EU concluded negotiations for a Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI). The frayed political and trade relations with the US, as well as Brexit, convinced the EU members to set aside…

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