China to create specialist IP appeals body
Chinese IP courts accept 30,000 cases, new court idea explored
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China approved changes to litigation procedures in patent and other IP cases in late October, in a move that fundamentally alters how the appeal process will work for certain technical disputes, according to law firm Gowling WLG.
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