Tag Archives: enforcement

The Necessity of Compliance

The European Chamber has long been established as an influential institution that makes a real difference in improving the business climate for European companies in China. I was therefore honoured and humbled when the members of the Chamber elected me as the new president on…

What difference does a year make? China’s Environmental Protection Law one year on

A year after it came into effect Li Huini, Partner at Adamas, looks at the effect that China’s revised Environmental Protection Law (EPL) has had.

Can you keep a (trade) secret?

Trade secrets have become increasingly important for rights holders in China.

Airpocalypse Now: China’s war against air pollution

After Beijing’s infamous ‘airpocalypse’, Premier Li Keqiang declared war on air pollution. Official data show surprising progress in the past year. But to sustain this progress the Chinese Government must embrace more systemic and market-orientated approaches, says Calvin Quek, head of the Sustainable Finance Programme…

IPR 4 ICT

While some IPR issues are common to all types of European companies doing business in China

Trapped behind the firewall

Foreign VPN services disrupted in China: a change in law or a change in enforcement?

Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in China: Part I

If you have registered your intellectual property (IP) and found it being infringed you will want to enforce it, but what recourse do you have in China?

Get your house in order

Since July 2013, Chinese authorities have been conducting a series of raids and investigations into foreign pharmaceutical companies active in China, for allegedly corrupt activities

China anti-trust: Can a book make you competition law compliant?

A recently published book on Chinese competition law is helping foreign companies negotiate the complicated landscape of Chinese anti-trust