Beijing: Nation's First IP Court Opens

Beijing: Nation's First IP Court Opens

2014/11/19

The first court in China dedicated entirely to intellectual property cases started operation in Beijing on Nov 6. It will hear all civil and administrative IP legal disputes in the city, but intermediate courts will continue handling their unfinished IP cases. The Standing Committee of Beijing Municipal People's Congress nominated the first 25 judges for the IP court on Nov 2.


(Source: China Daily)




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