Intellectual Property Case Adjudication Act Article 9June 4, 2014

When a party's means of attack or defense involves its own trade secrets or those of a third party, the trial may be held in private upon motion of the party and approval of the court; the same applies where both parties have agreed to have a private trial.
Where litigation materials involve trade secrets, the court may refuse or otherwise allow limited reviews, transcription or videotaping of such litigation materials upon motion or on its own initiative.

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