New Chinese trade mark rules cause chaos
China’s Trade Mark Office has caused uncertainty for brand owners by introducing and then partly rescinding stringent new requirements for filing documents
The new guidelines, which were supposed to come into force on July 1, would have required a trade mark applicant to personally sign all official forms submitted to the CTMO, including applications and oppositions, and to provide a copy of...
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