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What in-house counsel should know about China’s anti-monopoly law in the intellectual property sector

He Jing, Asian-Mena Counsel - Anjie Report, Volume 13 Issue 2, 2015

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This brief will highlight the key events and the most relevant legal basis in the IP-related anti-trust fields in China. Some of our readers may be surprised to discover the breadth and depth of the legal and business issues that have been addressed by the Chinese courts. Standards-related IP policies, FRAND royalty rates, refusal to license, patent pools, injunction relief for standard essential patents, etc. have been heatedly debated among policy makers, judges, practitioners and industries. Some Chinese court cases are arguably among the very early decisions worldwide. The future enforcement activities and outcome of private anti-trust lawsuits in China may likely continue impacting the trends.

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