Patent Litigation in China 2nd edition 2015 by Douglas Clark, published by Oxford University Press.
The rise of China's economy has led to a substantial increase in disputes involving intellectual property rights, including patents. Not only are foreign companies suing domestic companies and vice versa, but patent disputes between foreign companies are also being litigated in the Chinese courts.
The first edition of Patent Litigation in China provided practitioners from outside China with an essential guide to litigating patents in China.
This edition offers many of the same features, including a strategic commentary to enable those contemplating or involved in patent litigation in China to better comprehend the risks and challenges they face, sections on invalidation procedures, evidence gathering, litigation strategy and procedure and defences and remedies, and coverage of the tests for patentability requirements and grounds for invalidating patents. In addition, this edition has been updated to take into account the enactment of the new civil procedure law, a number of new judicial interpretations, and significant developments in case law.
New features of the work include an additional chapter on the conflict between competition law and patent law, a new chapter on employee remuneration litigation, and case studies of leading cases being inserted into the body of the text.
Appendices include Chinese to English translations of the Patent Law of the People's Republic of China; Implementing Regulations of the Patent Law; and a Judicial Interpretation in relation to patent cases issued by the Supreme People's Court.