China is the country receiving the largest number of trademark applications not only because it is a key market but also because starting business in China without registering your trademark... View Article
– File trademark applications in advance Unlike some other countries, which require, among other documentation, proof of use of a trademark in commerce before registration, CNIPA does not require the... View Article
– Is it compulsory to register the copyright? No. Copyright is not compulsorily registered in China as copyright can be enjoyed upon any work being completed. However, as China applies... View Article
– Why should foreign companies register the domain name in China? A domain name in “.cn” or “.com.cn” allows Chinese companies and consumers to identify on the internet a foreign... View Article
– What are the regulations regarding cross-border technology transfer in China? The import and the export of technology is regulated under the PRC’s technology transfer regime. Under this regime, technologies... View Article
Leaf has provided a wide range of support to international companies for their operations in China. As an independent and China-based corporate law firm, our team is composed of Chinese and internationally qualified attorneys. Each member of our team has been trained in international law firms and is familiar with cross-border transactions. Our experience allows us to fully understand the legal implications of doing business in China.
By creating these handbooks, we aim at providing foreign investors with more insights on the do’s and don’ts of doing business in China.
These handbooks will be regularly updated. These handbooks are provided for your convenience only and should not constitute legal advice.
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