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How should plaintiffs approach trademark litigation?

HU Gang of CCPIT examines the best way to approach trademark litigation in China, providing advice on assembling evidence correctly, assessing the prospects of success, choosing an appropriate court, and selecting the right defendant

The Chinese government has established the protection of intellectual property rights as an important aspect of shaping a good business environment. It has vowed to strengthen the punishment of intellectual property infringement, so that infringers pay a heavy price. This...

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