When a traditional trademark, copyright or patent enforcement remedy does not redress an IP owner’s concerns adequately, an unfair competition action can be brought as the next step. Chinese competition law is often misquoted and misunderstood. IPO Pang has been at the forefront of making the law work in our client’s favor.
Some laws in China favor the local party at the expense of a foreign entity. An uneven field of play is not only prevalent, but the fact that the entire system is non-transparent to the outside world is often frustrating. IPO Pang can advise clients on how to navigate this web of opaque rules and regulations, sift through mountains of evidentiary presentations, and marshal the right resources to ensure the client’s case is presented in a manner that can be accepted by the Chinese courts. More importantly, IPO Pang ensures that the case will bring about results that sufficiently compensate the aggrieved party.
We have a successful track record for filing and winning unfair competition legal cases where often the client is left with no other options. The end result of such litigation has been either a sizable compensatory package or a mandatory injunction against the defendant. We cannot always right a wrong, but we can even the playing field through our advocacy and experience.