Identification of “malice” in trademark squatting, malicious infringement, and the impact of malice on amount of compensation.
Friday, February 6, 2015
9:30 am–11:30 am
Brochure in Chinese (.pdf)
Article 7 of the newly-amended Chinese Trademark Law specifically provides that the principle of good faith shall be upheld in the application for trademark registration and in the use of trademarks. This provision is mainly aimed at the current trend of rampant trademark squatting and malicious infringement. Article 7 is expected to be broadly used in cases about authorization and protection of exclusive rights to use a trademark. In addition, the new trademark law has strengthened regulation regarding intentionally applying for trademark registration of identical or similar marks on the same or similar goods whilst knowing that it is identical or similar to an unregistered trademark already used by another party. The law has also introduces a punitive compensation system against malicious trademark infringement. Therefore, interactive discussions of how to identify "malice" and the influence in trademark authorization and infringement cases are particularly important to professionals within the industry.
Join your colleagues for an interesting roundtable discussion, share an exchange of useful knowledge and prepare yourselves for the challenges ahead.
8/F, Building No.1, China View
Jia 2 Gongti East Road.
Globe-Law Law Firm
Host & Discussion Leader
Ms. Dong Fuyan, Head of Trademark Department
Mr. Shang Jiaquan, Partner
Mr. Wang Zhengzhi, Partner
The roundtable will be conducted in Chinese and English.
Admission is complimentary. Snacks and beverages are provided.
Registration and information
Space is limited to 20-35 attendees. Please confirm registration and provide attendee’s Name, Company/Organization, Email Address as soon as possible via email to: email@example.com.
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