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08 June 2020
On 15 March 2020 the Supreme People's Court (SPC), in response to the Sino-American trade agreement signed in January 2020, issued a notice soliciting public opinions on:
The draft implementation plan proposes the following measures on information disclosure relating to the enforcement of judgments:
Rather than enforcing new measures, the draft guide, which consists of 27 articles, is basically a compilation of existing laws and regulations pertaining to the enforcement of judgments. The draft guide sets out the following measures, among others:
In practice, two more remedies are available to enforce a judgment in China:
The effective enforcement of an IP judgment is a highly technical matter. The promulgation of the SPC's documents may allow the judiciary to review the entire enforcement regime to further clarify and simplify not only enforcement procedures, but also bankruptcy procedures.
For further information on this topic please contact Zhigang Zhu at Wanhuida Intellectual Property by telephone (+86 10 6892 1000) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).The Wanhuida Intellectual Property website can be accessed at www.wanhuida.com.
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