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Danish toymaker Lego has won a landmark copyright case in China against two domestic companies that manufactured and sold toys nearly identical to Lego’s “Lego Friends” line.
Lego’s first China copyright […]
As reported by The Supreme People’s Court, legal professionals have welcomed revisions to China’s Law Against Unfair Competition that aim to tackle the growing number of lawsuits related to the Internet and […]
A district court in China’s Shandong Province has introduced rules mandating that couples will be forced to undergo a compulsory three (3) month “cooling off” period before being allowed to divorce […]
Seven (7) financial regulators in China issued a joint statement this week officially banning all Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) within the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
The statement further demands that […]