On August 10th, according to Tesla China, the judgment result of the trademark infringement case filed by Tesla against "Tesla Beer" was announced.
On April 10, news about Jay Chou, a Taiwanese singer, songwriter, record producer, rapper, actor and television personality suing Chinese technology company NetEase for unfair competition went viral on Weibo, a Twitter-like platform.
On March 28th Beijing time, the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) filed a lawsuit against CZ, the founder of cryptocurrency exchange Binance, accusing the company of intentionally providing unregistered cryptocurrency derivative products in the United States in violation of federal laws.
On February 28, Geely rejected Changan Auto’s claim of intellectual property rights infringement following last week’s release of its new Galaxy model.
Hong Kong-listed Chinese battery manufacturer CALB has filed a lawsuit, suing its competitor CATL for alleged unfair competition by abusing patent rights for malicious rights protection and wanton slander.
In a case of information sales contract dispute caused by a digital collection transaction heard by Hangzhou Internet Court in Zhejiang Province, China, it was pointed out that digital collections belong to virtual property that is protected by law.
Chinese battery maker CALB announced on November 30 that it will immediately stop selling products that infringe on the patent rights of a rival, CATL, and compensate the latter 2.96 million yuan ($417,577).
A software copyright infringement case leveled by ByteDance-owned game developer Moonton against Tencent opened for court sessions in Shanghai on November 29, attracting significant attention from the broader market.
The decision in regard to Tencent's lawsuit against Douyin for video infringement was announced. Douyin needs to delete, filter and intercept related video clips on the platform about the soap opera named "The Worm Valley", and compensate Tencent for more than 32.4 million yuan ($4.38 million).
According to Chinese business data platform Tianyancha, litigation documents filed by miHoYo, the developer of video games including Genshin Impact, against three entities under 37 Interactive Entertainment were recently made public.
According to a ruling issued by the Beijing Higher People's Court on July 23, Chinese Basketball Association (Beijing) Sports Co., Ltd. has sued two operators of Bilibili, claiming 406 million yuan ($60.05 million) in damages.
New progress has been made in patent infringement cases between Chinese battery giant Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited (CATL) and its competitor China Aviation Lithium Battery Co., Ltd. (CALB).
SHEIN, a fast fashion retailer founded in China in 2008, recently fell into a copyright infringement dispute over alleged design theft.
Audi, which is owned by Volkswagen, filed a lawsuit in a Munich court accusing China's NIO of infringing Audi's trademark rights.
Chinese chip maker SMIC announced on Friday that it had received a ruling from the United States District Court for the Central District of California dismissing, in its entirety, the civil lawsuit with prejudice and without leave to amend.
A former top executive at prominent NFT startup OpenSea was arrested on Wednesday and charged with wire fraud and money laundering in connection with a scheme to commit insider trading.
According to an announcement made by the Jinan Intermediate People's Court on Wednesday, the case of Chinese tech giant Tencent suing smartphone maker vivo for unfair network competition will be held on May 20.
On Wednesday, Chinese social media platform Douban posted pictures on popular microblogging site Sina Weibo, saying it had sued the operator of Weibo for unfair competition.
Xiaohongshu, a lifestyle sharing platform, announced on Friday that it has formally filed lawsuits against three platforms, including Yunmeiyi, Qunliang and Shengshi Qilin.
According to Tianyancha App, a commercial information inquiry platform, the first-instance judgment of trademark infringement dispute between Tencent and Guangzhou Ren Wo Xing Video Game Store was made public.