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By Peter C. Pang
Mr. Pang from the law firm IPO Pang Xingpu discusses the issue of trademark squatting in China.
By Courtney Zhou
When a foreign company establishes a subsidiary, or a factory in China, how the management of the foreign company maintains control of the Chinese entity is an issue that has baffled many management personnel.
By Téo Doremus
The Protection Of Trade Secrets In China (Video) Mr. Pang from the law firm IPO Pang Xingpu discusses ways to best protect trade secrets while doing business in China.
By Peter C. Pang
Mergers and Acquisitions in China.
By Peter C. Pang
China matters because it continues to see significant improvement in the development of intellectual property ("IP") right protection. In
By Courtney Zhou
Most domain name scams in China begin with an email. A business owner sees an official-looking subject line and opens it, either out of worry or mere curiosity.
By John Tan
Anyone that has ever been to China at least once will be familiar with the internet censorship that one can expect to experience while visiting or living in the country.
By Peter C. Pang
In the world of politics, no one does it better than China's President Xi Jinping. Like a smart day trader on Wall Street: buy low, sell high. But the key is, when to buy and when to sell...
By Peter C. Pang
China, the final economic frontier, the world's second-largest economy and a region with over 1.3 billion people, is a force to be reckoned and a partner, competitor and/or fellow superpower...
By Alley Huang
China's reputation for its flagrant use of pirated software is well established throughout the world. According to a 2017 US News article, over 70 percent of computers in China run unlicensed versions...
By Peter C. Pang
Resale price maintenance in China is a matter easily (and frequently) overlooked by our clients when drafting contracts with distributors and third parties, which can leave you either broke or completely unscathed.
By Alley Huang
Many countries have governmental occupational health and safety standards to protect workers on the job.
By Bill Song
In many Western countries, written employee handbooks have been standard practice for most employers for decades.
By Bill Song
Employee terminations in China can be quite unlike terminating an employee in other countries.
By John Tan
Many foreign businesses are reluctant to register their brand name into Chinese, assuming that the brand will be recognizable, distinctive, and protected by one trademark filing.