When China joined the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and revised its Trademark Law in 2001
The last 10 years have seen significant developments in the legal framework related to intellectual property (IP) in China.
This article lay out the legal framework governing some commonly encountered IP-related competition issues
For many foreign companies looking to enter the Chinese market, attending exhibitions and trade shows here is often their first step.
There has been a recent rise in the number of IP infringement cases filed by domestic plaintiffs against foreign defendants.
If promulgated in its current state, the second draft of the Foreign NGO Management Law, published on 5th May, 2015, could completely alter the way foreign NGOs operate in China.
In order to successfully develop a globally-recognised brand, educational institutions often find the quickest route is to find an overseas partner.