Businesses are increasingly turning to trade secrets as a mechanism to protect their innovations and know-how. From the implementation of the EU Trade Secrets Directive, to recent amendments to China’s Anti-Unfair Competition Law, many countries have taken significant strides to increase protection for trade secret owners and their rights. However, mobile workforces, advancements in technology, and inconsistencies in enforcement regimes … Continue Reading
It’s been almost a year since the new “Internet clause” in China’s Anti-Unfair Competition Law (AUCL) is in force. The enforcement authority hasn’t used it much in 2018. But one decision is noteworthy.
On 1 January 2018, the first amendment to the AUCL since its enactment in 1993 came into effect. One of the major changes … Continue Reading