We wish to bring to your attention the publishing of the book CHINESE COURT JUDGEMENTS: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY by Fei Ming, which is likely to be of interest to our visitors.
This, from the promoter:
"For anyone dealing with business or Law in China, knowledge of Intellectual Property (IP) is vital. Whereas around five years ago, there was little or no effective protection against patent and trademark infringement or brand piracy, IP protection is now firmly set in Chinese Law and taught on the Curriculum."
On Wednesday, September 20, 2006, Enoch Liang, Benjamin Qiu and Stacy Yuan from the Beijing office of Lovells gave a two and a half hour presentation to the Intellectual Property Law Delegation to China of People to People International, held at the American Chamber of Commerce in Beijing. The presentation focused on the protection of intellectual property rights in China, and consisted of four main parts.
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