Inside The Latest Draft Of SAIC's IP Antitrust Rules

Law360, New York (August 6, 2013, 1:24 PM EDT) -- Earlier this year, China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce released the sixth draft of regulations implementing the Anti-Monopoly Law with respect to intellectual property rights. The regulations describe the agency's enforcement policies, standards of proof and types of relevant evidence in the agency's analysis of conduct involving IPR. The current draft contains a number of improvements from the perspective of IPR holders and demonstrates the agency's willingness to consider feedback from legal and business organizations. Still, in a number of areas, the draft regulations would benefit from greater clarity.

Evolution of the Regulations

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