Conducting Business in China: An Intellectual Property Perspective by Lei Mei

Conducting Business in China: An Intellectual Property Perspective

byLei Mei

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With the rise of the Chinese economy and consumer market, intellectual property (IP) conflicts in Sino-U.S. business transactions are increasing, and consequently, companies are intent on achieving maximum IP values in China-related cross-border transactions. Conducting Business in China: An Intellectual Property Perspective provides readers with the necessary guidance on conducting business in China from an intellectual property perspective, offering specific advice on how to profitably leverage technology and IP assets while minimizing potential riskfor companies and their Chinese counterparts.

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Lei Mei is the managing partner of Mei and Mark LLP, a Washington, DC based intellectual property and litigation law firm. A Chinese native and graduate of Duke University Law School, Mr. Mei counsels large and emerging companies in the U.S. and China regarding IP issues and strategies, drawing from his unique experience in business, ...

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Title:Conducting Business in China: An Intellectual Property PerspectiveFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9.25 × 6.12 × 0.68 inPublished:November 9, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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AcknowledgementsIntroduction1. IP Practice in the New Global Economy2. China's IP System and Trade RegulationsI. IntroductionII. Rise of the Chinese EconomyIII. Evolution of the Chinese IP SystemA. China's Official IP StrategyB. Chinese Patent LawC. Chinese Trademark LawD. Chinese Copyright LawE. Chinese IP PracticeIV. Trade RegulationsA. Law Against Unfair CompetitionB. Pricing LawC. Anti-Monopoly LawV. Conclusion3. Learning Business and Legal Cultures in ChinaI. IntroductionII. Framework of the Social Network in ChinaA. Business CultureB. Legal CultureIV. Learning the Chinese WayA. Common MisconceptionsB. Five DosC. Five Don'tsV. Conclusion4. IP Conflicts in Sino-U.S. Business TransactionsI. IntroductionII. Overview of IP ConflictsIII. Case StudiesA. The CD/DVD IndustryB. The Digital TV IndustryC. The Telecommunications IndustryD. The Chemical and Pharmaceutical IndustriesIV. Trend in IP ConflictsV. Conclusion5. Extracting IP Values in Cross-Border TransactionsI. IntroductionII. Leading Edge TechnologiesIII. China-Centric IP PracticeA. Patent Portfolio ManagementB. Technology Transfer and LicensingC. Patent Litigation in Federal CourtsD. Section 337 InvestigationIV. Deficiencies in the Traditional Business ModelV. Conclusion6. Understanding Business Implications of International IP PracticeI. IntroductionII. Business Implications of International IP PracticeA. Leverage of the Chinese MarketB. Impact of the Government's InvolvementIII. Case StudiesA. Chint v. SchneiderB. Holley Communications v. Samsung ElectronicsC. Apple iPhone and iPad Trademarks in ChinaD. Siemens in ChinaIV. Conclusion7. Developing IP Strategies for Structuring Successful Business DealsI. IntroductionII. Rethinking of the IP Practice in the New AgeIII. A Business-Oriented Approach: Finding a Win-Win SituationA. Three General Lessons Regarding Doing Business in ChinaB. Five Ways U.S. Companies Can Benefit from China's IP PoliciesIV. IP Strategies for Structuring Successful Business DealsA. China-Inbound TransactionsB. China-Outbound TransactionsV. Conclusion8. Future of the China-Related IP PracticeAppendicesAppendix A: Patent Law of the People's Republic of ChinaAppendix B: Trademark Law of the People's Republic of ChinaAppendix C: Copyright Law of the People's Republic of ChinaAppendix D: Anti-Monopoly Law of the People's Republic of ChinaIndex