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Chinese Intellectual Property Law and Practice

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Edited by: Mark A. Cohen, Elizabeth Bang, Stephanie Mitchell

ISBN13: 9789041193728
ISBN: 9041193723
Published: September 1999
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £187.00



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Although there is intellectual property protection in China, many companies, wary of China's much-publicized reputation for counterfeiting and piracy, fail to enter the largest developing market in the world because of an excess of caution. By detailing protection procedures that work, this practical handbook aims to open the door to a secure presence in the Chinese marketplace.

""Chinese Intellectual Property Law and Practice"" covers every step a company's counsel or patent agent needs to take, from registration of rights to invoking the effective enforcement methods now in place under Chinese law, in order to ensure effective protection of copyrights, patents, trademarks, trade names, trade secrets, and licensing arrangements in China.

Written by a panel of active Chinese trade authorities - including practicing lawyers, academic specialists, and even a private investigator - the book shows how to: transfer intellectual property when investing in China; license products and services successfully in China; challenge unfair trade activities successfully via the US International Trade Commission and other non-Chinese authorities; use Chinese media and communications to undermine piracy and foster good will; secure strong judicial enforcement against copyright infringement; combat creative theft of IP rights, especially on the Internet; and evaluate the efficacy of a factory raid.

Also included are numerous case studies from specific industries (including software, sporting goods, publishing, and luxury goods), a model contract, a bibliography, and a list of web sites.

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Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions
Contents:
Introduction
Forewords
About the Contributors
Part 1: Intellectual Property Laws: An Overview.
1. An Overview of the Development of China's Patent System.
2. Trademark Law and Regulation in China.
3. Copyright Law and Regulation in China.
4. Unfair Competition.
5. Foreign Technology Transfer.
6. Protection of Company Names in China
Part 2: China IPR and the World.
7. Intellectual Property Rights Protection in China and China's Efforts to Join WTO.
8. Making the World Safe for What? Intellectual Property Rights, Human Rights, and Foreign Economic Policy in the Post-European Cold War World.
9. U.S.-China IPR Negotiations: Trade, Intellectual Property and Rule of Law in a Global Economy.
10. Hong Kong's New Intellectual Property Regime.
Part 3: Legal Measures to Protect IP Rights.
11. Crimes of Copyright Infringement Explained: The Prospect for Strong Judicial Enforcement Against Copyright Infringement.
12. The Protection of Intellectual Property Rights through the Courts.
13. The United States International Trade Commission and the Federal Court System as Fora for Challenging Unfair Chinese Intellectual Property Trade Activities.
Part 4: Case Studies.
14. The Software Wars: Organizations, Politics and Policy in Intellectual Property Protection in China.
15. The Regulation of the Media in China.
16. Protection of Intellectual Property Rights in Luxury Goods.
17. Brand Protection by Foreign Trademark Owners in China.
18. Swashbuckling the Pirates: A Communications-Based Approach to IPR Protection in the PRC.
Bibliography.
Chinese Intellectual Property Websites.