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For 22 years, Hong Kong and Mainland China have been described as "one country, two systems".
Mayer Brown
On 26 October 2018, in the Decision of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress on Several Issues concerning Judicial Procedures for Patent and Other Intellectual Property Cases
Mayer Brown
Trump Administration Initiates Section 301 Investigation of China's Acts, Policies and Practices Related to Technology Transfer, Intellectual Property and Innovation.
Mayer Brown
The Copyright Tribunal (the "Tribunal") is an independent quasi-judicial body that was established on 1 December 1997 under section 169 of the Copyright Ordinance (Cap. 528) (the "CO").
Mayer Brown
The Copyright Tribunal (the "Tribunal") is an independent quasi-judicial body that was established on 1 December 1997 under section 169 of the Copyright Ordinance (Cap. 528) (the "CO").
Mayer Brown
"Crowd funding" involves the investment of a small amount of money by a large number of different people via an online platform, which is used to fund a project, business or loan.
Mayer Brown
We set out below the major proposals under the Copyright Bill 2014.
Tanner De Witt
Registration of intellectual property rights is the most cost-effective way for a company to protect its IP assets.
King & Wood Mallesons
TV.SOHU.COM, v.QQ.COM,and iQIYI.COM have established an alliance called "VideoContent Cooperation".
Mayer Brown
Last month, we published a legal update on the Copyright (Amendment) Bill 2011 (the "Bill").
Mayer Brown
The HKSAR Government tabled the Copyright (Amendment) Bill 2011 (the "Bill") at the Legislative Council in June 2011
Mayer Brown
The Inland Revenue (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2011 (the "Bill") was gazetted on 25 February 2011.
Mayer Brown
The copying and distribution offence (the "Offence") against business end-users under the Copyright Ordinance will come into force on 16 July 2010.
Mayer Brown
Mouth-watering footy fixtures may come as a matter of routine for sports fans, but their preparation involves very significant labour and skill, so the court found.
Angela Wang & Co.,
The growth of online copyright infringement has posed serious challenges to copyright owners and more of them are now relying on the "Norwich Pharmacal" discovery order to require disclosure of the identity of infringers from online service providers.
Angela Wang & Co.,
Unlike the position in Hong Kong, the major laws and regulations governing the protection of intellectual property rights in Mainland China do not explicitly set out restrictions on parallel importation.
Angela Wang & Co.,
Parallel import means the import of goods from elsewhere for resale in Hong Kong. Different from pirated or counterfeited goods, they are manufactured by or with the authority of the intellectual property rights owners (eg trademark or copyright owner) and are legitimately produced and marketed abroad.
Angela Wang & Co.,
If a designer has designed a teapot with a new shape and configuration and intends to manufacture his teapot according to his drawings in the future, how can he prevent others from infringing his design for profits? There are two possible ways in Hong Kong: registered design and copyright protection.
Boase Cohen & Collins
The long awaited Copyright (Amendment) Bill 2006 was gazetted on 17th March 2006 and had its’ First Reading in the Legislative Council on 29th March 2006. Some of the major proposals of the Bill are as follows:
Mayer Brown
A sculpture in Karamy, Xinjiang, China has recently caught much media attention because of its striking similarities with the famous bean-shaped sculpture in Chicago, "Cloud Gate".
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