Civil law­suits in­volve 28 na­tions

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - IP SPECIAL -

Among all the civil IP law­suits con­cluded over the past two years, 28 for­eign coun­tries have been in­volved, with the United States, France and Ger­many rank­ing the top three, ac­cord­ing to a data­base of the Supreme Peo­ple’s Court. Over the same pe­riod, Guang­dong, Bei­jing and Zhe­jiang were the top three re­gions in the coun­try for the num­ber of IP cases con­cluded. The av­er­age hear­ing pe­riod for IP in­fringe­ment cases was 105 days. il­le­gal use of the lo­gos and or­ga­nize train­ing pro­grams for Win­ter Olympics-re­lated knowl­edge. This is ac­cord­ing to reg­u­la­tions for the city’s trade­mark and brand strat­egy, re­cently un­veiled by the city’s ad­min­is­tra­tion for in­dus­try and com­merce. The reg­u­la­tions also called for joint en­force­ment op­er­a­tions in the Bei­jing-Tian­jin-He­bei re­gion.

AN­HUI

patents. Its re­search and de­vel­op­ment in­vest­ment counts for 3 to 5 per­cent of its rev­enue each year.

JIANGSU

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