Two Systems in One Country Compared
286 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 163 mm x 241 mm, Gewicht: 567 g
Li Patents and Innovation in Mainland China and Hong KongHow do patents affect innovation in Mainland China and Hong Kong? How can two patent systems operate within one country and how is innovation affected by the 'one country two systems' model? For the first time, this book links these challenging issues together and provides a comprehensive overview for government officials, law-makers, academics, law practitioners and students to understand the patent systems of Mainland China and Hong Kong. Themes examined include the interaction between the two distinctive patent regimes, the impact of patents on innovation in China's specific industries such as green tech, traditional Chinese medicines and telecommunications, the role of utility models in inflating low-quality patents and the application of good faith principle in enforcing FRAND in Mainland China, patent system reforms in Hong Kong, and the impact of these changes on innovation in the two vastly distinctive yet closely connected jurisdictions.
Weitere Infos & Material
Introduction. Patents, innovation, and 'one country two patent systems' Yahong Li; Part I. The Role of Patents in China's Industrial Innovation: 1. Utility model patent regimes and innovation in China and beyond Dan Prud'homme; 2. Greening patent system to incentivize green technology innovation in China Li Gao; 3. Traditional Chinese medicines and patent law: incompatibility and remedies Yifu Chen; 4. Industry-specific study of patent law and innovation in China's telecommunications industry Limeng Yu; 5. The legal framework for FRAND enforcement in China Jyh-An Lee; Part II. Reform of Patent System and Innovation in Hong Kong: 6. The role of patent in the economic development in Hong Kong Frank Charn Wing Wan; 7. An overview of the development of Hong Kong's patent system Leslie Shay; 8. Debates on the role of the original grant patent system in Hong Kong's innovation Jeffrey Mclean and Winnie Yue; 9. Patent law reform in Hong Kong: lessons from Singapore Ronald Yu.