More on how to protect IP in China
Bill Heinze recommends advice by to Loke-Khoon Tan, An Xiang, and Ren Haiyan as reported by Managing Intellectual Property at the INTA Annual Meeting:
- file trademark applications early
- register Chinese character versions of marks
- against squatters, consider filing a non-use cancellation application, making an unofficial agreement on coexistence, or buying their mark
- booklets to help Customs officials identify counterfeit goods "can create bigger problems if the material gets into the wrong hands."
- fight infringers politically and publicly, "not just legally"
Posted by Product Team on May 25, 2005 at 01:12 PM | Permalink
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