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“If users do not understand the principles of patent searching, and simply hand over the technical text to ChatGPT for the construction of search formulas without analyzing the technical contents, the search results will be problematic.”
As the world's most populous country and second-largest economy, China has become an indispensable market for many international companies, more and more international companies are interested in expanding their business in this market.
Last week, we had the privilege of delivering a presentation on common questions regarding Chinese patents for a local small and medium-sized enterprise association. The presentation was a success, with attendees actively participating in the discussion and raising interesting questions.
This article provides an overview of customs recordal for intellectual property in China. It covers the benefits of the proceeding, tips, and tricks and the distinctions compared to the other jurisdiction, which we believe would be of interest and value to the companies or individual engaged in importing and exporting business in China.
Recently, we received some questions related to the grace period for novelty of Chinese Patents. Since this has different rules in different countries, we would be happy to introduce the related rules of grace period for novelty in China in two senarios.
China's Patent Law has gone through four revisions. The latest revision was made in 2020 and has come into effect since June 01, 2021. The amendments are mainly as follows.
China is the country with the most registered trademark in the world - statistics from the China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) show that as of the end of 2021, there were 37,240,000 valid trademark registrations.
Recently, the failure of Bilibili in the litigation against its trademark Bilibili triggered a heated debate among netizens. Bilibili (aka “Station B”) is a well-known video-sharing platform founded and owned by Shanghai Huandian Information Technology Co., Ltd. ("Shanghai Huandian"). After the development of more than ten years, Station B now covers more than 7000 multicultural communities of various interest circles.
By Mr. Allen Zhou at Jiaquan IP & Law, CN;
Ms. Sejal Rajan at Grant Attorneys, US
In China, a patent invalidation proceeding is often employed in patent infringement dispute cases. If the party accused of infringement wants to make a non-infringement defense, it can either argue that its product does not fall into the scope of the cited patent, or prove that the patent is invalid through the invalidation proceeding.
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