It is important to note that the agreement covers many topics for which the United States has already adopted comprehensive rules. It is therefore largely up to China to pass the agreement by enacting laws in accordance with the agreement. The U.S.-China 2020 trade agreement was signed on January 15, 2020.1 It will significantly change CHINA`s IP legislation as it adopts the practice of IP in China in an unprecedented manner. There are many positive changes in this agreement that have been long overdue and can now be introduced without further discussion. On the other hand, this agreement also introduces a number of controversial measures of American practice. The U.S.-China 2020 trade agreement, signed on January 15, 2020, has eight chapters: Ryan`s practice includes a wide range of intellectual property («IP») issues, including patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets. It supports and negotiates IP issues, including licensing and confidentiality agreements, as well as IP-related terms of sale, in various other types of agreements, such as. B development, manufacturing, service and sales agreements. He is a registered patent attorney with extensive experience in preparing, filing and tracking patent applications in a wide range of technologies, including electronics, computer hardware and software,… The United States has also made several important commitments under the agreement. First, the United States has committed to explore additional funds to combat the sale of counterfeit and unstified goods and to cooperate with China in the global fight against the production of counterfeit products that have negative effects on public health and safety. In addition, the United States will cooperate with the Chinese government through the exchange of experiences and the application of criminal law as part of the bilateral working group on the application of intellectual property and the China-U.S. program of cooperation and scientific exchange.
In addition, the United States has committed to strengthening communication with China regarding biotechnology regulation, including the launch of biannual cooperation plans between the China National Intellectual Property Administration and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. providing sufficient civil and criminal sanctions to deter future theft or intellectual property violations. Both governments agree to consult immediately, at the request of either party, consultations on issues relating to the protection and respect of intellectual property rights, including the obligations arising from this agreement.