14 Oct

New system makes it easier to enforce IP rights in China

There has been much criticism regarding the difficultly of fulfilling the seemingly endless requirements to file an IP dispute in China. However, the country is streamlining the process of navigating the judicial system, with the goal remaining to stop infringements.

Aaron D Hurvitz

Senior foreign counsel

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Aaron Hurvitz obtained his BA in political science from the University of Arizona in 2003 and his JD from the University of Tulsa College of Law in 2007. He also received his LLM in international business and trade law from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago in 2008. Mr Hurvitz currently advises Kangxin’s foreign clients on different aspects of Chinese IP law, focusing specifically on how best to introduce technology into China and to effectuate positive enforcement of IP rights. Mr Hurvitz travels frequently, lecturing and speaking at conferences about infringement and enforcement measures in China.