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China’s Judiciary Increases IP Savvy

11 March 2014

There has been an undeniable governmental and judicial focus on IP rights in China over the past decade. The vice president of the Supreme People’s Court of China, Xi Xiaoming, noted that the overall trend is towards strengthening the judicial protection of IP rights, exemplified by recent developments that improve consistency, predictability and transparency in the adjudication of IP disputes.

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The article first appeared in China Law & Practice March/April 2014 issue. The article can also be found on:
http://www.chinalawandpractice.com/Article/3316411/Channel/9937/Opinion-Chinas-judiciary-increases-IP-savvy.html

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