Law & Enforcement

How to Respond to Drastic Amendment to China Trademark Law by the Right Holder

On January 13, 2023, the CNIPA issued the Bill to Revise the Trademark Law of the People's Republic of China. This amendment is a "major surgery" on the existing Trademark Law, and many knowledges and practices formed in the past will be changed.

Chinese companies file over 100 int’l applications under Hague System

China’s accession to the Geneva Act (1999) of the Hague Agreement took effect on May 5. It means that non-Chinese design applicants can now designate this newest member of the Hague System in their international design applications and Chinese companies and designers can also now use the Hague Syste

Non-infringement declaration: a quicker fix than a dismissal ruling?

In this article, the author discusses this issue in reference to a judgement made by the Supreme Court.

Regulating ‘Big Tech’: EU’s DSA and DMA initiatives

The two proposals by the European Commission for a Digital Services Act and a Digital Markets Act mark a major step in the regulation of digital markets by the EU.

Judicial Approach to Internet Platform Governance -- Viewing the Application of Anti-Unfair Competition Law from the Perspective of Multiple Roles and Multilaterality of Platforms

Platform companies provide basic functional services and complete the trading system through the Internet platform, gather traffic and matching information for the platform, promote traffic and information monetization.

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