Non-Chinese firms need a China patent strategy, as IP litigation becomes more prevalent and fair
Evalueserve Primerus affinity partner for custom research work has completed a landscape report about the state of patenting in mainland China, including select IP litigation. Their findings are that IP litigation is steadily on the rise in China, often involving global corporations. These corporations are finding the litigation playing field more fair, but havent yet caught onto best practices such as filing of utility model patents. Patent holders also should proactively seek to invalidate potentially infringing patents in China. Read the synopsis and request the entire report here.