China’s Supreme People's Court issued the Opinions on Strengthening the Protection of Copyright and Copyright-Related Rights in November 2020, furthing clarifying how Chinese courts will protect copyright in litigation.
Shenzhen Leads in Clarifying Rules of Punitive Damages for IP Infringement in China - China Legal News
On 15 Dec. 2020, Shenzhen Intermediate People's Court issued the Guiding Opinions on the Application of Punitive Damages to Disputes over Civil Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights (关于知识产权民事侵权纠纷适用惩罚性赔偿的指导意见).
Public Comments are sought on Suggestions for Revising the Implementing Rules of the Patent Law (Draft for Comments) until 11 Jan. 2021.
The use of the word “BBC English” and relevant logos by a Beijing language company constituted trademark infringement and unfair competition, says Beijing IP Court in November 2020.
What cases did the IP Court of China's Supreme Court hear in its first year? The annual report (2019) provides valuable insight into how the work has been done.
China’s National Standard for Protection and Management of Intellectual Property on E-commerce Platforms was released in November 2020.
China’s Supreme People's Court issued the Several Provisions on Evidence in Civil Litigation of Intellectual Property Rights.
China’s Supreme People's Court issued the Opinions on Strengthening the Protection of Copyright and Copyright-related Rights.
China’s National Copyright Administration requires further examination and identification of evidence for copyright-related administrative enforcement.