Chinese and European Perspectives
Edited by Paul Torremans, Hailing Shan and Johan Erauw
China’s accession to the WTO and TRIPS heralded massive changes in Chinese intellectual property (IP) law. This book asks whether all aspects of Chinese law and practice are now TRIPs compliant. The study offers both Chinese and European perspectives.
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- Intellectual Property and TRIPS Compliance in China Chinese and European Perspectives
- Foreword: The Recent Development and Current Status of Judicial Protection of Intellectual Property in China
- Table of cases
- Table of legislation
- Table of treaties and conventions
- Chapter 1: Are Chinese Intellectual Property Laws Consistent with the TRIPs Agreement?
- Chapter 2: Substantive Law Issues in Europe a Decade after TRIPS
- Chapter 3: The TRIPS Agreement and the Changing Landscape of International Intellectual Property
- Chapter 4: The Fight Against Piracy: Working Within the Administrative Enforcement System in China
- Chapter 5: Problems and New Developments in the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in China
- Chapter 6: Legal Protection of Copyright and Trademarks in Cyberspace in China
- Chapter 7: Confidentiality Agreements and Non-Competition Clauses
- Chapter 8: Protection of Know-how in Chinese Enterprises and Employment Relationships
- Chapter 9: Protection of Traditional Knowledge: Protecting Poor Countries’ Intellectual Property?
- Chapter 10: Legal Issues Regarding Contracts of Technology Import: A Chinese Lawyer’s Perspective
- Chapter 11: The WTO–TRIPS Patent Regime after Doha: Promises and Realities
- Chapter 12: Intellectual Property Rights and WTO Compliance: Chinese and European Perspectives
- Chapter 13: The Agenda for the Future
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