Honda takes Chinese competitor to Beijing IP Court in rare patent assertion for the Japanese company 13 Feb 18
Honda Motor has asserted two patents against Chinese carmaker Great Wall Motors, according to a recent announcement by the Beijing IP Court. The case stands out for being a relatively rare competitor dispute in the automotive sector, as well as one of the very few occasions that we have seen Honda on the plaintiff side of a patent case. As a result, it's fair to say that this is not a step that the company would have taken lightly.
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