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.
IMPACT OF RECENT AML LEGISLATION ON THE IPR/ANTITRUST INTERFACE
This blog provides an update on recent legislative developments involving the interface between IP and China’s Anti-Monopoly law. On November 28, 2019, SAMR published the Anti-Monopoly Compliance Guidelines for Undertakings (Draft for […]
SIPO/IP Agencies to Be Reorganized and Consolidated
Several Chinese news agencies have reported that the State Council proposed reorganization os now being presented to the National People’s Congress. Once implemented, these reforms will significantly rearrange all Chinese agencies, including […]
Comments on Draft Guidelines on Disgorgement and Fines in AML Matters
Attached are comments of the ABA Sections of Antitrust and International Law (ABA) and the George Mason University Global Antitrust Institute (GAI) on the draft guidelines of the National Development and Reform Commission […]