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Do marks on OEM goods infringe domestic trademarks?

By Lilian Qiu, Chang Tsi & Partners

Can marks on OEM goods infringe domestic trademarks?

By David Lee, Chang Tsi & Partners

Securing more comprehensive design patent protection

By Martin Meng and Howard Hao, Chang Tsi & Partners

How to handle IP transfers in anonymous purchases

By Ken Li, Chang Tsi & Partners

Countering ever more complex intellectual property infringement

By Rose Xu, Chang Tsi & Partners; Tom Wang, Kohler

Accurately defining a trademark and the effect of this on practice

By Damien Wang, Chang Tsi & Partners in Beijing

Preventing and responding to trademark genericisation

By Zhang Nana, Chang Tsi & Partners

Evolution of admission of new evidence in trademark lawsuits

By Michael Fu, Chang Tsi & Partners

Addition of punitive damage system in Trademark Law a breakthrough

By Sammi Huang, Summer Xiong, Chang Tsi & Partners

Red flags in US competition law on the exercise of IP rights

By Rose Xu and Ason Zhang, Chang Tsi & Partners

Redefining English words in Chinese to support trademark proceedings

By Steven Andrews and Nancy Qu, Chang Tsi & Partners

Determining joint and several liability in trademark infringement cases

By Frank Liu and Si Jiamu, Chang Tsi & Partners in Beijing

Legal attributes of deceptive marks in China’s Trademark Law

By Damien Wang and Si Jiamu, Chang Tsi & Partners

The fair use of registered trademarks

By Robin Zhou and Angela Kim, Chang Tsi & Partners

Judicial recognition of well-known trademarks

By Simon Tsi and Gao Yan, Chang Tsi & Partners

Protecting well-known brands not registered as trademarks

By Liu Yushen, Chang Tsi & Partners

Legal options for protecting trademark right

By Spring Chang and Shen Huijuan, Chang Tsi & Partners

Product labels subject to a range of requirements

By Spring Chang and Wang Yue, Chang Tsi & Partners

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Liability for securities intermediaries under new interpretations

Liability for securities intermediaries under new interpretations

By Eric Liu and Deng Xiaoming, Han Kun Law Offices
Invalidity of contracts for violating ‘public order and good morals’

Invalidity of contracts for violating ‘public order and good morals’

By Chen Zhuo and Yin Yutong, Tian Yuan Law Firm
Company law amendments provide improved protection

Company law amendments provide improved protection

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