How to Deal with Bad Faith Trademark Registrations in China

Presented by

Jason Yao (Wanhuida IP), Mingming Yang (Wanhuida IP), Tom Phillips (WIPR)

About this talk

It’s extremely frustrating for brand owners, especially small and medium-sized enterprises, to realise when they plan to launch their products into the China market that their trademarks have been registered by someone else. This frustration is understandable, and in this webinar, we hear from those who have been vigorously pushing the Chinese legislative authorities to reform the trademark registration regulations, reforms that have recently come to fruition with many positive changes to the Trademark Office, as well as to the Trademark Law. This webinar will bring you the most up-to-date changes to the trademark registration system and laws in order to deal with bad faith trademark applications. We will also share with you first-hand experiences and strategies in dealing with bad faith registrations, including: The latest changes to the Trademark Law in China; How to deal with bad faith trademark registration: opposition; invalidation; cancellation; civil litigations; administrative enforcement actions; and Case study and Q&A.

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