General Overview

As China’s WTO accession promises greater market access and a more predictable commercial environment, new entrants will be encouraged to enter China’s market. Though companies are finding commercial opportunities in China, there are many potential pitfalls companies should be aware of, including issues related to the protection of intellectual property. We, as a professional consulting services provider, will depict you a more comprehensive picture of China’s Market by getting you alert to China’s IPR environment. We are committed to describe you methods for safeguarding and protecting IPR, outline possible enforcement actions available in China’s IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) enforcement regime, and explain the limitations in IPR infringement cases. Furthermore, we will conduct for you a significant, specific due diligence for your entering into the Chinese market.