Few Chinese IP developments over the past year had the amount of mainstream media appeal than the short-lived injunction ordered by the Beijing IP Office against Apple’s iPhone 6. Though the sales ban was quickly stayed pending an appeal to the Beijing IP Court, and there’s no evidence that any actual sales in the city were impacted, it was a reminder that not only are patent injunctions available in China, but you don’t require a full-fledged civil lawsuit to obtain them.

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