China Trademark Laws and Cases
May 2011, Beijing
IPR2 has published a summary of the Chinese trademark system and comments and analysis of more than 200 trademark and unfair competition cases and judgements in China from 1993 to 2009. ‘China Trademark Laws & Cases’ provides an overview of the legislative situation of China with regards to its trademark laws and regulations as well as implementation under this legal framework. It includes a summary of the trademark system of China looking at the construction and development of China’s trademark system; and comments and analysis on a large compilation of trademark and unfair competition cases in China, helping to build understanding on how China’s trademark system is operating in practice. View China Trademark Laws and Cases.
The main trademark and unfair competition laws and regulations, judgments and decisions are provided in annex to the publication, with full text in Chinese. The main Chinese Trademark legislation, however, may be readily accessed at IPR2’s IP Law Search in English www.ipr2.org/ipsearch.
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This forms part of IPR2’s work on supporting the provision of IP curricula and promoting the long-term study of IP in China. More specifically, in supporting the development of trademark protection in China and its effective enforcement; and giving access to information on the Chinese trademark system.
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