Latest Beijing Intellectual Property White Paper includes Statistics of Beijing IP Court

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On April 14, 2016, Beijing Intellectual Property Office and Beijing Municipal Government Information Office jointly issued the 2015 White Paper on Intellectual Property Rights Protection in Beijing. White Paper shows that the courts received 13,939 first instance IPR civil cases, an increase of 24.1% from last year; concluded 11, 858 cases, an increase of 8.49% from last year. The first intermediate court and the intellectual property courts in 2015 received a total of 7948 new first instance administrative intellectual property rights cases, a reduction of 18.38% from last year. The Beijing Intellectual Property Office handled 126 patent infringement cases, an increase of 57.5% from last year; investigated 551 cases of counterfeit patents, an increase of 96.1% from last year.

Shanghai Intellectual Property Court released its first White Paper

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On April 14, 2016, Shanghai Intellectual Property Court released the first white paper. According to the white paper, the Court in 2015 received a total of 285 cases involving foreign, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan parties, accounting for 16.13% of total cases of 2015.
The foreign parties to the cases involve the United States, Germany, France, Britain, Italy, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan, Hong Kong, a total of 15 countries and regions and include General Electric, Hewlett-Packard, BASF, Microsoft and other Fortune 500 companies as well as Burberry, BMW, BOSS, LV, Rafi, Gucci, Victoria Secret, ZOJIRUSHI and other international brands.