Nation to secure first sound trademark with CRI signature2016-02-24

China will soon have its first sound trademark with the approval of the signature tune from China Radio International.

County explores new markets for tieguanyin2016-01-27

Through the joint effort of the government and companies of Anxi county in Fujian province, the trademark for Anxi Tieguanyin, a premium oolong tea in China, is undergoing a major overseas registration campaign.

WeChat committed to active copyright protection2016-01-20

The immense popularity of the social media app WeChat has brought increasing intellectual property challenges, according to a report released by the developer last week.

Shoemaker, Disney team up to target young buyers2016-01-20

China's time-honored shoemaker Neiliansheng recently announced it will work with Walt Disney Co to launch a new series of shoes that target the younger generation of consumers.

Trending trademark attracts many bids2016-01-06

Wang Chao from Zhengzhou, Henan province, has received many calls from strangers since early December, asking to buy a trademark he owns. The highest bid to buy the trademark so far has been 600,000 yuan ($92,200), offered by a caller from Shanghai.

Recent Developments in European Union Trademark Law2015-09-11

The very successful EU trademark system consisting of 28 national trademark systems and the Community Trademark System is about to undergo the biggest amendments since its creation.

Trade mark examinations speeding ahead – keep up or get left behind2014-04-08

One of the key amendments to the Third Revision of China’s Trademark Law (the Revised Trademark Law) is that, for the first time, time limits have been prescribed for the examination and review of cases by the China Trade Mark Office (CTMO) and the Trade Mark Review and Adjudication Board (TRAB).

Discussion on Article 15(2) of China’s Trademark Law2014-02-21

Article 15 was a new addition to the Trademark Law of China in the 2001 revision, which provides “where an agent or representative, without authorization of the client, seeks to register in its own name the client’s trademark and the client objects, the trademark shall not be registered and its use shall be prohibited.”

An interpretation of Article 63 of the 2013 Trademark Law Revision2014-02-21

Article 63 of the Trademark Law was revised for the third time in August 2013 by the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress.

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