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Dealing with social media influencers in China
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This Practice Note is aimed primarily at brands wishing to engage with influencers (or other talent) for particular social marketing campaigns and advertising promotions in China. It...

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Key perspectives for a virtual holiday shopping season

The holiday shopping season is upon us once again, though this year it certainly looks different. More consumers than ever are turning to e-commerce due to the global pandemic, so what do...

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Global Media, Technology and Communications Quarterly – Spring/Summer 2020

Our latest edition features a number of articles focused on guiding businesses through the key impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. We also survey some of the latest legal and regulatory...

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China publishes IP Action Plan under China-US Trade Deal: what's new and how will it affect you?
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The Phase 1 Trade Agreement between the USA and China was welcomed as a breakthrough in the long-standing trade conflict between the two nations, establishing a trade armistice, and...

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Shanghai court innovates with punitive damages for trademark infringement: IP owners can aim higher
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The Shanghai Pudong District Court has recently handed down a remarkable judgment, awarding punitive damages equal to 3 times the proven damages to a foreign sportswear company, and fully...

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China Trademarks: 2018 Highlights & 2019 Forecast
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Last year, right holders in China have seen a number of major developments including; a milestone Supreme Court judgment dealing with trademark squatting, new specialized cyberspace courts, ...

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China’s highest court slams trademark squatter, confirming that hoarding trademarks is unlawful

In a recent judgment, China’s highest court, the Supreme People’s Court (“SPC”), dealt a significant blow to trademark squatters. The case is noteworthy for several...

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