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Trade Secret Protection and Legal Remedies in China

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Regulations concerning the protection of intellectual property in China are steadily improving.  Whether operating inside or outside of China, companies taking early action to protect their intellectual property in China will be better equipped to take legal recourse.  Eugene Yu shares a checklist of best practices for companies to protect their trade secrets and IP in China. He suggests that a successful IP protection system incorporates safeguards including confidentiality agreements signed with all suppliers, partners and distributors, detailed disclosure control mechanisms that ensure sensitive information is shared strictly on a need-to-know basis, and non-competition agreements with employees that have access to sensitive information. 

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About Eugene Yu

Eugene Yu - Liu, Shen & Associates, Partner
Established in March 1993, Liu, Shen & Associates is a patent and trademark agency designated by the Chinese government to deal with patent and trademark affairs involving overseas parties, and also a law firm registered at the Ministry of Justice. As a three-in-one firm, Liu, Shen & Associates has the capability to serve its clients in all phases of intellectual property: acquisition of rights, transfer and/or licensing of rights,... [Full Bio]
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