Professor Anne Cheung was recently interviewed by Amnesty International Hong Kong on Hong Kong defamation law. In the interview, Professor Cheung discussed the limited access to justice by the poor, the burden of proof being favourable to plaintiffs, the threshold and defence of political libel, […]
An article examining the scope of ss 18(4) and 12(4) of the Trade Marks Ordinance (Cap 559), explains why they should be construed as limited to dissimilar goods and services and concludes that the Trade Marks Registry Work Manual is in desperate need of revision.
“China’s patent linkage system fosters innovation, keeps generic makers in fold” Lisa Anne Cam S&P Global Market Intelligence 24 May 2017 While the recent decision to implement a patent linkage system in China seeks to encourage innovation in the pharmaceutical industry, manufacturers of generics could […]
Professor Anne Cheung and Dr. Clement Chen are currently studying China’s Social Credit System and its legal implications. In an interview in March 2017 with ZDF, the largest TV station in Germany, they shared their views on the background and the unfolding of the Social […]