19 May 2019

New Amendments to China’s Trademark Law Crack Down on Bad-Faith Filing

China’s legislature approved amendments to its Trademark Law on April 23, 2019, signifying that the Chinese trademark authority is taking a more serious view on the pernicious problem of bad-faith registration and stockpiling.

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