Beijing media reports that Su Chi, first Beijing IP Court President, is under investigation for “serious violations of discipline and law. “
The sharp drop in granting of Antisuit Injunctions by Chinese judicial authorities and the recent amendments to China’s Antimonopoly Law and related rules, suggest that China may have begun to reprioritize the Antimonopoly Law in FRAND rate-setting disputes.
This is the second in a series of articles on the evolution of the IP Attaché program in China. My purpose is to recount the challenges in establishing the position, many of […]
I will be moderating a discussion on July 20 from 8:00 to 9:00 PM EST (5:00-6:00 PM PT, 0:00-1:00 UTC [July 21]) reviewing China’s Supreme People’s Court Guiding Principles for Technical IP […]
Berkeley and Tsinghua law schools will be presenting their fourth annual program on Transnational IP Litigation, with a focus on litigation and licensing, including licensing of copyright and designs on June 13, 15 & 16.
Please join BCLT on May 24 at 11:00 am Pacific for a 90 minute tour de horizon on IP developments in China. Registration is free,
From 1:00 to 2:30 Pacific Time today (May 10, 2022), BCLT will be hosting a “SEP Year in Review” as part of our “IP + Tech Month”, with Professors Jorge Contreras and […]
China’s new Seed Law was a positive step forward, particularly in the protection of Essentially Derived Varieties. The status of any needed implementing legislation is less clear.
The United States, Japan, and Canada have now asked to join the EU consultation request with China at the WTO regarding Chinese practices in issuing anti-suit injunctions (“ASIs”) for standards-essential patents (SEPs). […]
A range of forthcoming China IP programs in the spring of 2022.