Monday, November 28, 2005

Intellectual Property Rights in China

Many non-Chinese companies want to profit from the Chinese economic boom. They either want to sell their products to the 1.3 billion Chinese consumers or use the low wages to produce them. Both ways companies can anticipate some IP challenges. They'll meet the IP Dragon. About this fierce creature I will write this blog. A blog that will focus on intellectual property rights (IPR) and IP law in China. A rather dynamic field of law to put it mildly.
I hope to come up with some answers to questions as:
What are the developments here in the People's Republic of China?
What are the differences between theory and practice?
How do you enforce your IP Rights in China?

If you find relevant articles please send me a link.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Interesting subject, good luck