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The court system in China is unlike the court system in the United States—as different as F. Scott Fitzgerald thought the “very rich” were “from you and me.” It is possible to protect intellectual property rights in China by taking infringers to court; but as is true everywhere, winning is unlikely if you don’t know the rules of the game. To illustrate the point, here are three China-centric litigation strategies.

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