With over 200 dedicated professionals, Beijing East IP has helped a full spectrum of clients – from startups to Fortune 500 corporations to domestic multinational companies – on their intellectual property issues in China.
China’s new punitive damages system bolsters protection against trademark infringement
Recently, BEIJING EAST IP LTD assisted a Chinese sports equipment company to successfully solve the problem that its products sold on Amazon in Japan were complained by competitors for infringing Japanese design patent, and quickly lifted the delisting punishment.
Recently, Yongyu Zhang and Kaiyuan Song, agents of BEIJING EAST IP LTD., represented Daio Paper Corporation in the case of invalidation of “packaging bag” design patent, and successfully maintained the validity of the design patent.
Mr. Austin Chang, counsel of Beijing East IP Law Firm, was invited to the Graduate Institute of Intellectual Property at the National Taipei University of Technology to present latest China trademark law updates and practices on February 23, 2023.
The first non-fungible token (NFT) was minted in May 2014, but they did not catch the world’s attention until recently. While the world is beginning to understand and invest in NFTs, China is not far behind global trends, but has its own characteristics. NFTs have gained increasing popularity in merchandise, finance and other areas, but legal systems around the world are still grappling with how to deal with NFT-related legal issues.
Some essential aspects of utility model patent in China
INTA’s 2022 Annual Meeting Live+ was held in Washington, D.C., as a combined physical + virtual event from April 30 to May 4. With 6,500 organizations from 185 countries comprising INTA’s membership, the Annual Meeting has been recognized as the world’s largest IP event.