China Must Double-Down On Trade Secret Protection

Law360, New York (November 21, 2013, 8:18 PM EST) -- One of the most welcome developments in China’s evolving legal landscape this year is a new law that allows owners of trade secrets to obtain preliminary injunctions to stop infringement.

Overseas investors have long complained about the inadequate protection accorded to trade secrets in China. China’s poor record for protecting trade secrets consistently ranks among the top concerns that multinational companies have about doing business in China.

We assess the impact of the new law and how it will affect companies seeking to protect trade secrets...
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