China’s Trademark Law May Not Go Far Enough

Click for main site We often hear that theft of intellectual property is rampant in China. A typical scenario is that an American company which has been selling a product in the U.S. starts to sell in China and finds that an unknown person or company has registered the mark in China already. The Chinese registrant is willing of course, to sell the registration to the American company for the right price. Just ask J. Crew and the Kardashian sisters.

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