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Games Without Frontiers: The Increasing Importance Of Intellectual Property Rights In The People’S Republic Of China, James M. Cooper Oct 2021

Games Without Frontiers: The Increasing Importance Of Intellectual Property Rights In The People’S Republic Of China, James M. Cooper

Faculty Scholarship

Intellectual property (“IP”) protection in the People's Republic of China has been murky and amorphous. The country is currently enjoying a historic era with significant infrastructure and investment projects occurring as the Chinese consumer society substantially expands. These simultaneous trends require that China commit to the securitization and protection of IP rights to sustain its rapid economic growth.


Taming The Counterfeit Dragon: The Wto, Trips And Chinese Amendments To Intellectual Property Laws, Andrew Evans Sep 2014

Taming The Counterfeit Dragon: The Wto, Trips And Chinese Amendments To Intellectual Property Laws, Andrew Evans

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Private Enforcement Of Trips By Applying The Eu Law Principles Of Direct Effect And State Liability, Saud Aldawsari Jan 2014

Private Enforcement Of Trips By Applying The Eu Law Principles Of Direct Effect And State Liability, Saud Aldawsari

Richmond Journal of Global Law & Business

No abstract provided.


A New Affirmative Defense To The Fcpa For Countries Exiting Major Internal Strife, Chris Rohde Jan 2014

A New Affirmative Defense To The Fcpa For Countries Exiting Major Internal Strife, Chris Rohde

Richmond Journal of Global Law & Business

No abstract provided.


Of Oceans, Islands, And Inland Water – How Much Room For Exceptions And Limitations Under The Three-Step Test?, Annette Kur Jan 2009

Of Oceans, Islands, And Inland Water – How Much Room For Exceptions And Limitations Under The Three-Step Test?, Annette Kur

Richmond Journal of Global Law & Business

No abstract provided.


Here There Be Pirates: How China Is Meeting Its Ip Enforcement Obligations Under Trips, Kate Colpitts Hunter May 2007

Here There Be Pirates: How China Is Meeting Its Ip Enforcement Obligations Under Trips, Kate Colpitts Hunter

San Diego International Law Journal

This paper will examine whether China is meeting its obligations to protect IP rights under the TRIPS agreement, an international intellectual property trade agreement China acceded to upon joining the World Trade Organization (WTO). Moreover, it will address whether China's increased IP protection in law equals increased protection in fact. Part II will describe China's legal structure, its TRIPS obligations upon joining the WTO, and China's IP laws. Part III will discuss China's enforcement of these IP laws from the perspective of developed nations and from China's own perspective. Part IV includes suggestions on how ...


Anti-Competitive Abuse Of Ip Rights And Compulsory Licensing Through The International Dimension Of The Trips Agreement And The Stockholm Proposal For Its Amendment, Haris Apostolopoulos Jan 2007

Anti-Competitive Abuse Of Ip Rights And Compulsory Licensing Through The International Dimension Of The Trips Agreement And The Stockholm Proposal For Its Amendment, Haris Apostolopoulos

Richmond Journal of Global Law & Business

No abstract provided.