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How to Protect Your Mark from Trademark Squatters When It Is not so Well-known in China

Sign up today for an INTA Roundtable and learn how to protect a not-so-famous mark from trademark squatters.

Thursday, December 12, 2013
1:00 pm–3:30 pm
Shanghai, China

Due to widespead trademark squatters in China, a well-known trademark may receive stronger and broader protection to prevent squatters from registering it in a different class for dissimilar goods and services. It is not so easy, however, to protect a not-so-famous mark from illegal registration. This roundtable will focus on these difficulties and will analyze in detail the most recent cases, providing helpful strategies and solutions.

Host & Discussion Leader
Xianjie Ding, Of Counsel
King & Wood Mallesons (Shanghai, China)

King & Wood Mallesons
17th Floor, One ICC, Shanghai ICC
999 Huai Hai Road (M)
Shanghai 200031

Please note: The roundtable will be conducted in Chinese without translation.

Registration and Information
Registration for the roundtable is free of charge. Please confirm registration by Monday, December 9, by email to: