Revised Trademark Law Targets Bad Faith Registration and Infringements

Jun 5, 2019
Joe Simone of SIPS examines recent amendments to China’s Trademark Law which focus on bad faith trademark registrations, civil compensation for infringement and disposition of seized goods and equipment – changes intended in part to help resolve the pending trade dispute with the US.

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