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More IP tribunals mulled to handle rise in cases

By Cao Yin in Beijing and Xie Chuanjiao in Qingdao, Shandong | China Daily | Updated: 2018-07-13 07:57

China's top court said it is considering creating more intellectual property tribunals to handle a rapid increase in IP disputes and increase protection for trademarks as the country takes bigger steps to protect IP rights.

The Supreme People's Court released a plan to establish more tribunals during a two-day conference on courts' IP cases, held in Qingdao, Shandong province, early this week.

"The new IP tribunals would be set up in regions that have a big demand for innovation protection and that face a boom in related lawsuits," said Tao Kaiyuan, vice-president of the top court.

More IP tribunals mulled to handle rise in cases

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