China's Intellectual Property Thicket
Chinese President Hu Jintao's recent visit to the U.S. no doubt intrigued many entrepreneurs eager to tap into China's booming economy. But the lure of China as a manufacturing center and a consumer market could pose problems for companies that don't undertake the necessary due diligence before engaging in business there, says Michael Fedrick, a partner at the intellectual property law firm of Sheldon & Mak in Pasadena, Calif.
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