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Civil litigations incurred from relevant laws and regulations.

First Instance

Civil litigations incurred from relevant IP laws and regulations.

Second Instance

Receiving appeals of criminal litigations against Criminal Code,Trademark Act with regard to intellectual property rights and interests protection from district courts.

First Instance

Receiving criminal litigations against Criminal Code,Trademark Act,Copyright Act or Fair Trade Act with regard to intellectual property rights and interests protection from criminal courts of district courts.

First Instance

First instance administrative litigations and compulsory enforcements resulted from relevant IP laws and regulations.
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Petition Reviewing Commission reviews administrative appeals related with IP rights.
Intellectual Property Office of MOEA conducts an administrative act over relevant IP rights.
 

The Prosecution Mode of Intellectual Property Litigation

In order to cope with the enforcement of the Procedural Law of Intellectual Property Litigation and to a better efficiency of the prosecution of Intellectual Property (IP) litigations, the Judicial Yuan, Republic of China has drafted said Procedural Law to serve as a prosecution mode which is abstractive and considered as a reference to a judge who prosecutes such IP litigations as well as a means to familiarize the litigants with possible ongoing proceedings. However, any decision of above prosecution shall not bind upon the litigants.

As for a prosecution plan, it means a planned schedule of a pending litigation, which contains the scope and order of investigation, made by the judge and the litigants in consideration of the nature of litigation, offenses and defenses carried out by both parties (including litigants or their agents ad litem). If any litigant fails to follow with such prosecution plan, it might result in preclusion effect; that is, such prosecution plan shall bind upon both parties to a certain extent.

 
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