State Secrets and Trade Secrets in China

State Secrets and Trade Secrets in China

By May Tai

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$300.00 RRP

Date: 31/03/2011

Code: 9789626614044

S & M Asia Hong Kong, HONG KONG

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Description

Your only source on how to deal legally and practically under the new State Secrets Law
Many foreign investors may find the state secrets and trade secrets law in China bewildering and complicated, in particular after the reform in 2010, yet protection of the same appears to be a crucial part of the survival of their businesses.
This publication provides detailed and practical analysis to guide you through the new state secrets and trade secrets law, which came into force in 2010. It is suitable for any professional / investor who needs to deal with the relevant area of law, including those who are currently running, or planning to run, a business in China or with a Chinese party, giving you practical information on how to organise and conduct business in the new legal environment (covering compliance systems, identifying potential risks and mitigating advice, and more).
The book covers significant cases giving rise to the law (eg Rio Tinto) as well as English and official Chinese versions of relevant extracted judgments, laws and regulations.
Contents
  • History and Context of State Secrets in China
  • State Secrets in China
  • Illustrative Cases on State Secrets in China
  • Trade Secrets in China
  • Illustrative Cases on Trade Secrets in China
  • The Rio Tinto Decision
  • Developing an Internal Compliance System
  • Bilingual Annexure:
  • Annexure A: Provisional Regulation on the Protection of State Secrets
  • Annexure B: PRC Law on Guarding State Secrets (as revised)
  • Annexure C: Anti-Unfair Competition Law
  • Annexure D: Interim Regulation for the Protection of Trade Secrets in Centrally Administered Enterprises
  • Annexure E: Extracts of Sentencing Decision of the Shanghai First Intermediate People’s Court of PRC (Stern Hu and Others) dated 29 March 2010
  • Annexure F: Extracts of State Security Law of the People’s Repulic of China
  • Annexure G: Extracts of Criminal Law of the People’s Republic of China
  • Annexure H: Extracts of Criminal Procedure Law of the People’s Republic of China
  • Annexure I: Regulation on State Secrets and the Specific Scope of each level in Public Security Work
  • Annexure J: Regulation on State Secrets and the Specific Scope of each level in Prosecutorial Work
  • Annexure K: Criminal Judgment of Beijing No. 1 Intermediate People’s Court dated 5 July 2010 – Xue Feng Decision
  • Annexure L: Guide to Managing Potential State Trade Secret Issues in China
  • Annexure M: List of Centrally Administered SOEs.

Jurisdiction: China

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