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Lee Tsai & Partners | Taiwan | 1 May 2019

Dominance in Taiwan

A structured guide to dominance in Taiwan

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Lee Tsai & Partners | China | 23 Apr 2019

Public Procurement in China

A structured guide to public procurement in China

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Lee Tsai & Partners | Taiwan | 3 Apr 2019

Renewable Energy in Taiwan

A structured guide to renewable energy in Taiwan

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Lee Tsai & Partners | Taiwan | 28 Mar 2019

Dominance in Taiwan

A structured guide to dominance in Taiwan

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Lee Tsai & Partners | Taiwan | 26 Mar 2019

Technology M&A in Taiwan

A structured guide to technology M&A in Taiwan

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Lee Tsai & Partners | China | 31 May 2015

Provisions on Prohibiting the Abuse of Intellectual Property Rights to Exclude or Restrict Competition (Mainland China)

To protect fair market competition, encourage innovation and prevent operators from abusing intellectual property rights to exclude or restrict

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Lee Tsai & Partners | Taiwan | 31 May 2015

A power generator patent should observe the law of conservation of energy. If technical details violate such natural law, an application will not be patentable for violation of Article 21 of the patent law (Taiwan)

The Supreme Administrative Court rendered the 104-Pan-71 Decision of February 5, 2015 (hereinafter, the "Decision"), holding that a power generator

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Lee Tsai & Partners | Taiwan, China | 31 May 2015

The final civil adjudication and arbitral award rendered in mainland China will be only enforceable without res judicata existing (Taiwan)

The Supreme Court rendered the 104-Tai-Shang-33 Civil Decision of January 8, 2015 (hereinafter, the "Decision"), holding that res judicata exists in

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Lee Tsai & Partners | Taiwan | 31 May 2015

The Rules for Medical Subsidies for Rare Disorders were amended (Taiwan)

The Ministry of Sanitation and Welfare promulgated Articles 2 and 5 of the Rules for Medical Subsidies for Rare Disorders (hereinafter, the "Rules")

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