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China Business Law Journal - March 2020

Volume 11, Issue 3

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Highlights:

In this issue

Does OEM use constitute trademark infringement?

By Lian Chenghe and Xing Keke, Yuanhe Partners

Three big views

ere we glean the opinions of three elite GCs from different industries, who share their observations and strategies on team management and communication

Planning personal wealth under economic globalization

By Fu Zhongwen and Zhu Changying, Long An Law Firm
In a new era, High net worth individuals and China’s 'mass affluent' can now manage legal risks with once exclusive products and wealth strategies
asset management products

Controlling risks for non-standardised asset management products

By Sima Yayun, DOCVIT Law Firm
bank

Points for SOEs transferring commercial bank equity

By Yang Guang and Wang Yao, Lantai Partners
punitive damages

Application of punitive damages in TM infringement cases

By Mi Tai, Sanyou Intellectual Property Agency
china

A hard battle

reorganization

Developing a pre-reorganization system in China

By Xu Bangwei and Zhang Xiaotong, Jingtian & Gongcheng
COVID-19

2 tips for businesses managing COVID-19 legal risks

By Li Weiming, Tiantai Law Firm
trade

IPR and the China-US phase one economic and trade agreement

By Hellen Zhang, AnJie Law Firm
patented drugs

Patented drugs and the ‘Bolar exception’ clause

By Tang Huadong, Merits & Tree Law Offices
Chinese investors

Online lending: Chinese investors get second chance

By Santosh Pai and Vinu Peter Immanuel, Link Legal India Law Services

India has growing internet penetration and a large unbanked population, but Chinese investors need to be wary of much tighter regulations when entering this market

labour

Remote controls

With the deadly COVID-19 virus forcing businesses into shutdown mode, PRC labour laws are scrambling to regulate a new norm for work conditions and payment standards.

pharmaceutical

Patent applications on inventions for pharmaceutical use

By Wu Xiaoping and Zhang Mengqian, Wanhuida Intellectual Property

If a Chinese medical research institute applies for the patent of a US brand-name drug that might cure COVID-19, as a ‘secondary use’ invention does it constitute squatting?

overseas

Overseas project applications by Chinese enterprises (Part 2)

By Selena She and Kenneth Kong, Llinks Law Offices
bonds abroad

Issuing bonds abroad during the pandemic

By Jason Cheng and Mao Shengdi, Dentons
Justice

Culture in the courtroom

The process of assessing demeanour can be difficult for a judge when the witness is from a different culture

infringement

Strategies for countering online infringement

By Frank Liu and Jerry Huang, Tiantai Law Firm,
Securities Law

Impact of revised Securities Law on compliance and insider trading

By Du Lianjun and Chu Zhilin, East & Concord Partners