C. J. Observer
Most civil and commercial foreign judgments can be enforced in China, except for those relating to intellectual property, unfair competition and anti-monopoly disputes.
If your product will enter the Chinese market sooner or later, you’d better register your trademark in China.
You can check or verify the basic information of Chinese companies on this official platform via the link (http://www.gsxt.gov.cn/index.html).
You need to understand the threshold and criterion for the enforcement of foreign judgments in China. If your judgment can pass the threshold and meet the criterion, you may consider enforcing your judgments in China to collect your debts.
Yes. If you and another applicant both apply to register an identical or similar trademark, whoever files the application first shall own the trademark.
You’d better preserve the debtor’s property through the court to prevent the debtor from evading debt by transferring assets.