Nuances Arise in China’s Trademark Law

March 13, 2012
Gary Zhao
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin


“Nuances Arise in China’s Trademark Law” discusses the difficulties in enforcing trademark protections internationally due to the different methods used by the United States and China. Gary uses multiple examples of well-known Western businesses that have experienced difficulties in obtaining trademark rights recognized by Chinese courts. The article also highlights the main differences between how marks earn protection in the United States and in China, in addition to recommending measures Western companies can take in order to avoid problems under the Chinese trademark system.

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