Trademark Law

Chinese Company Wins Rare Overseas Trademark Ruling


In an unusual example of Chinese company resorting to litigation to enforce its intellectual property abroad, a Beijing curd maker has won a trademark infringement suit against a German company.

The win came Nov. 14 when a Munich court ordered the German supermarket Okai to stop using Wangzhihe’s trademark, reports Managing Intellectual Property Week.

MIP Week reports more such cases are predicted.

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