Tag Archives: unfair competition

New Draft Internet Regulations: MIIT Bites Off More Than It Can Chew

January 15, 2011

The new draft regulations, a knee-jerk response to the recent Tencent-Qihoo fight, run the gamut from defamation to data privacy to unfair competition. If MIIT wanted to muddy the IT legal waters and invite an agency turf battle, this is perfect legislation.

China Trademarks: When Similar Ain’t So Similar

February 28, 2010

Happy Yuan Xiao Jie to everyone. I’m sitting here eating Yuan Xiao, listening to the last of the fireworks, and of course thinking about China intellectual property law. Doesn’t everyone? Paul Midler has a great post up on a couple possible cases of China trademark infringement. He correctly calls the first as a fairly solid […]