In-house Counsel Sceptical of China’s New Foreign Investment Law

Managing Intellectual Property


Gordon A. Milner

China, Life Sciences + Healthcare, Mergers + Acquisitions, Technology, Outsourcing, Real Estate, Patent Litigation, Private Funds, Private Equity Investments + Buyouts, and Media + Entertainment

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China’s new Foreign Investment Law, which aims to create a more level playing field between domestic and foreign businesses, was passed at the 2019 National People’s Congress.

A recent Managing Intellectual Property article titled “In-house Counsel Sceptical of China’s New Foreign Investment Law” quoted Morrison & Foerster partner Gordon Milner, who shared his comments on Article 22 of the new law regarding forced technology transfer.

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