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.
Mick Adams, a former professional engineer, came to China in 2002, and has been working for Somerley in Shanghai since 2009.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is generally thought of as an add-on to the operations of large multinational corporations looking to improve their image
China’s foreign exchange control has created complexities for international operations in China.
Despite the rapid catch-up process that is being fostered by the 12th Five-Year Plan and other influential policy documents, the technical innovation capacity of the Chinese information communications technology (ICT) industry is still weak.
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…