China intellectual property

This definitely holds true for China copyrights takedowns.
This definitely holds true for China copyright takedowns.

This is the fourth in a series about online copyright takedowns. Copyright Takedowns in China was a general summary of the regulations that establish the takedown procedures. These regulations enable enforcement of the “right of communication through an information network” as it

I am going to be speaking at USC this weekend and in poring over old PowerPoints (to create a new PowerPoint for my talk), I came across one with a fairly extensive China law bibliography of some of our most helpful posts.  This bibliography is definitely slanted towards the legal issues that confront foreign companies

Last month I gave a speech at a leading biotechnology conference in Washington DC on how to protect your IP from China.  Over the next few days, I am going to re-print that speech (in parts) here on this blog.  This is part 2 of that series.  Part 1 can be found here.  Please

Last month I gave a speech at a leading biotechnology conference in Washington DC on how to protect your IP from China.  Over the next few days, I am going to re-print that speech (in parts) here on this blog.  As you have probably already guessed, this is part 1.  Please recognize that this is

Last week, co-blogger Steve Dickinson and I spoke at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Beijing. From our perspective, the best part of our talk were the excellent questions posed to us by the reporters in attendance.  There was one question I pretty much punted on and though I have thought much about it since, I