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AmCham warns of China protectionism (again): http://t.co/w5mSgad9LV but banks pushing for a BIT: http://t.co/w5mSgad9LV

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RT @denisfberger: Shanghai IP court head Judge Wu on establishment of technical department and technical investigators - http://t.co/lZORwG…

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Ai-Leen Lim leaves @twobirds to join @Awapatent as CEO of their new Asia offices in BJ and HK: http://t.co/KOw2IRC7oZ

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Trademark Office of the State Administration for Industry and Commerce, How Administrative Legal Liability of an Infringer shall be Pursued after Consultation and Resolution between the Parties Official Reply
国家工商行政管理总局商标局关于当事人协商解决后如何追究侵权人行政法律责任的批复

The SAIC retains authority to pursue administrative legal liability even after settlement of the trademark dispute, if the infringement is injurious to public or consumer interests.

CLP Reference: 5100/04.04.15

Promulgated: 15 April 2004

Keywords (click to search): State Administration for Industry and Commerce SAIC Trademark Office trademark infringement litigation TM case IP dispute trademark settlement agreement contrary to public interest consumer confusion consumer rights protection

Issued: April 15 2004

Main contents: For trademark infringement cases that the administration authority for industry and commerce has opened a file for it but has not made an administrative handling decision,...


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