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WASHINGTON, July 18 — The American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law, Section of Intellectual Property Law and Section of International Law have submitted joint comments on the SAIC Draft Rules on the Prohibition of Abuses of Intellectual Property Rights for the Purposes of Eliminating or Restricting Competition (Chinese and English).
Also, the Sections of International Law and Antitrust Law on Attorney-Client Privilege submitted comments in response to the public consultation issued by the Cabinet Office of the Government of Japan (Japanese and English).
These views are presented only on behalf of the Section of Antitrust Law, Section of Intellectual Property Law, and Section of International Law. They have not been approved by the ABA House of Delegates or Board of Governors and should not be interpreted as representing the policy of the American Bar Association.
The cover letter and comments are available for review online.
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