Structuring your contracts with third parties and employees in a careful manner should be an important component of your intellectual property (IP) and wider business strategy in China.
The first of this two-part report by the China IPR SME Centre outlines contract provisions to include and avoid to intelligently protect your intellectual property in China.
Benoit Misonne and Dan Prud’homme from IP Key say a number of significant pieces of intellectual property (IP)-related legislation in China will undergo revisions in 2014. In the following article they urge EU businesses to stay abreast of these changes, in order to contribute to…
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?
In Part I of this study, the IPR SME Helpdesk discussed what can be protected as copyright and why taking care to do so can prove beneficial to your business in China.
At the GNSS.asia Workshop in early November, it was perhaps unsurprising to hear the issue of IPR raised as one of the potential obstacles that needs to be overcome