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China Intellectual Property and Case Commentaries provides a comprehensive collection of must-know Chinese case law on intellectual property law with helpful expert commentary to guide you through the complexities of intellectual property law in China. The final review of the 2020 Edition is conducted in the midst of coronavirus shutdown in mainland China, Hong Kong, and elsewhere.
Ms. Sun has written and practiced extensively in intellectual property in China and recognized the importance of examining key intellectual property cases after China first established the specialized intellectual property courts more than 20 years ago. Although China is not a case law regime, the cases in China Intellectual Property and Case Commentaries will nevertheless serve to reveal the most vibrant Chinese intellectual property law issues, shed some light on the meanings of tedious statutes, as well as show how a particular set of facts are analyzed and decided by the judiciary in China.
China Intellectual Property and Case Commentaries will further guide you through the intricacies of intellectual property case law in China. As Ms. Sun notes: "The [case] conclusion may not be uniform, and the result may be perplexing, but cases [will] no doubt provide a deeper clue of judicial thinking which cover more or less the loopholes created inherently by a code law regime."
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Table of contents
About the Author & Goals
Chapter 1 PATENTS
Chapter 2 TRADEMARKS
Chapter 3 COPYRIGHTS
Chapter 4 TRADE SECRETS
Chapter 5 IP ENFORCEMENT
Chapter 6 TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
Appendix I Abbreviations
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