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July 8, 2024

What to do if your domain name gets cybersquatted?

Author: Leo Liu, Erica Chen Cybersquatting refers to the act of a domain registrant preemptively registering a confusingly similar domain name in bad faith before the trademark or domain name holder does.  Since the domain registration fees are relatively low, cybersquatters often register in bulk, hoping to sell a few of them back to the …

May 5, 2023

Key Points of the New Administrative Measures for Internet Advertising in China

The Measures for the Administration of Internet Advertising was issued on March 24, 2023 and has taken effect as of May 1, 2023. This article introduces the key points of the Measures.

April 19, 2023

“Brushing” and the Calculation of Damages in Trademark Infringement

From the viewpoint of judicial practice, whether the infringer’s “brushing” data can be deducted from the illegal gains obtained, different courts currently have inconsistent ways of determining. This article will briefly sort out this practical issue.

April 3, 2023


华盛顿时间2023年3月23日,美国商务部工业与安全局(Bureaus of Industry and Security)发布将在未经核实清单中新增11个国家的32个实体,其中包括14个中国实体。

March 27, 2023


美国商务部于2023年3月21日发布了一份有关《芯片和科学法案》的护栏新规草案(Preventing the Improper Use of CHIPS Act Funding),其旨在确保通过CHIPS法案进行资助的创新和技术仅用于巩固美国或其盟友技术和国家安全。

March 24, 2023



March 14, 2023

SVB Receivership and Related Disruption: an Evolving Situation

If you have any questions about bank receiverships, please contact the McGuireWoods attorney with whom you normally work, or email Dion Hayes or Mark Freedlander.

March 10, 2023

The grace period for China’s outbound data security assessment has ended. What should multinational companies do next?

The grace period for companies to review their practice of data transfer from China to overseas has passed by the end of February 2023. This article is about what the MNCs should do next.

March 2, 2023

China Finalized Its Standard Contractual Clauses for Cross-border Data Transfer

China’s data regulator has formally promulgated its Measures for the Standard Contract for Outbound Cross-border Transfer of Personal Information, which enclosed a compulsory set of Standard Contractual Clauses.