China has long been perceived (at least in popular opinion) as a country which plays fast and loose with intellectual property protections. This is important, even to small businesses, thanks to the size of the Chinese market; if you can protect your brand, work, or invention there, you can tap into a new source of profits. This article reviews a recent series about the evolving nature of intellectual property rights in China, with a focus on Chinese judges' attitudes towards emerging IP issues.
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Michael Atkins' IP Law Reports from China