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While you could sue in NYC, the value of any judgment is unclear.  Chinese law does not protect patents here.  You have no easy remedy, but you can call an international trade lawyer.

There is no way to know without seeing the whole agreement but what you think it means could be what it means.

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Intellectual Property Attorney

The Role of an Intellectual Property Attorney In today’s business environment, it is more important than ever for businesses to consult with and retain the services of an intellectual property a ... Read more

What to Do When Business Partners Do Not Agree

Partnerships are one type of business entity available to entrepreneurs. A partnership can be formed at any time when two or more individuals agree to pursue a business venture for the purposes of mak ... Read more

Business Partnership Agreements Best Practices

Running a business with friends or others who share your vision and values can be extremely rewarding. This in part explains the appeal of partnerships – joint business ventures between two or m ... Read more

What is Copyright Infringement?

Copyright infringement can cost a business owner or the creator of a copyrighted work dearly. Not only does the owner or creator of the work now have to contend with attempting to sell or use his or h ... Read more

What Does a Commercial Lawyer Do?

New entrepreneurs and small business owners may view commercial lawyers with some amount of suspicion and may hesitate to employ the services of such an attorney. We have heard it is a common percepti ... Read more

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