China Intellectual Property Law Guide

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Kluwer Law International, 2005 - Law - 848 pages
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Written in the context of China's new intellectual property laws after WTO entry, this unique law-and-commentary guide examines the legal framework for intellectual property protection and its practical implications in the commercial world. Written for multinationals with operations in China, the book addresses the commercial realities of protecting and managing intellectual property and the practical application of Chinese intellectual property laws to business, e.g., assessing risk liabilities for all parties in the supply chain, from manufacturers to retailers, to marketing firms and importers. Among the overarching topics treated are the following:

  • Trademarks
  • Copyright
  • Patents
  • Enforcement of intellectual property rights
  • Trade secrets
  • Internet
  • Technology transfer
  • Unfair competition

With key legislation, cases, and judicial interpretations and cases, China Intellectual Property Law Guide has no peers as a working reference for corporate counsel and the busy IP lawyer alike.

This title forms part of the Asia Business Law Series. The Asia Business Law Series is published in cooperation with CCH Asia and provides updated and reliable practical guidelines, legislation and case law, in order to help practitioners, policy makers and scholars understand how business is conducted in the rapidly growing Asian market.

This book was originally published by CCH Asia as the loose-leaf China IP Law Guide

 

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