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Lawrence Kogan on Hong Kong's Draft Infant Formula & Complementary Foods Marketing Code Violates WTO Law (Part 3 of 3)

by Lawrence Kogan Part 3 discusses how the Draft HK Code's prohibitions and restrictions on the use of trademarks, trade names, logos, symbols, etc. (word marks and non-word marks) in informational/educational materials about branded products and...

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Lawrence Kogan on Hong Kong's Draft Infant Formula & Complementary Foods Marketing Code Violates WTO Law (Part 2 of 3)

by Lawrence Kogan Excerpt: I. Introduction Part 1 of this article discussed how the various food safety -related provisions of the Hong Kong Code of Marketing and Quality of Formula Milk and Related Products, and Food Products for Infants &...

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Lawrence Kogan on Hong Kong's Draft Infant Formula & Complementary Foods Marketing Code Violates WTO Law (Part 1 of 3)

by Lawrence Kogan In 2012, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region issued a draft of the Hong Kong Code of Marketing and Quality of Formula Milk and Related Products, and Food Products for Infants & Young Children. It employs means to achieve...

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Analysis of Conflicts Between Land Zoning Power and Land Development Right in China

by Dr. Fang Ye This article, written by a partner at a Shanghai, China, law firm, covers the conflicts between land zoning power and land development rights in China. It discusses the structure and legal attributes of the land zoning power in China...

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Contentious Issues of the Brazilian World Cup Law

by Patricie Barricelli, Attorney, São Paulo Bar Association, Brazil * The Brazilian General World Cup Law was enacted last June with the aim to amend Brazil’s legal regime for sporting events as required to meet International Federation...

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An Analysis of the Conflict in Chinese Property Law: Eminent Domain Powers versus Real Property Rights

by Dr. Fang Ye This article, written by a partner at a Shanghai, China, law firm, covers eminent domain powers and real property rights in China. It discusses the public interest requirement in land-taking laws in China, the exercise of eminent domain...