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Contributory Infringement in IP-related Court Procedures

Issued: July 31 2017

While a plaintiff will usually try to include as many defendants as possible in a court procedure, it is not crystal clear whether an infringer in an IP case can be attached and held jointly liable in China. Tim Meng and Jocelyn Zhou explain.

 

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