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Protecting cleanIP in China by Justin Blows
August 4, 2010, 8:02 am
Filed under: Feature

Here is an example of what some people do to protect their cleanip in China:

“A major aspect of Cyclone’s agreement with GWAPS entails structuring strict and well defined procedures and protocols for protecting Cyclone’s patents in China. This involves creating secure computer network systems, implementing confidentiality agreements, educating personnel, establishing government liaisons, and retaining legal professionals to monitor and, if necessary, prosecute patent infringement cases in China. As part of this process, Cyclone has retained legal counsel of its own in China to audit the IP protocols that GWAPS establishes”

This is all recommended. Here is a post I previously wrote on protecting IP in China, which considers the issues in more detail.

Justin Blows


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