More foreign and local companies are filing for trademarks in local intellectual-property courts as industry reforms earn China brownie points from lawyers and foreign agencies. Illustration: Henry Wong More foreign and local companies are filing for trademarks in local intellectual-property courts as industry reforms earn China brownie points from lawyers and foreign agencies. Illustration: Henry Wong
More foreign and local companies are filing for trademarks in local intellectual-property courts as industry reforms earn China brownie points from lawyers and foreign agencies. Illustration: Henry Wong

From Bruce Lee to L’Oreal, China is pumping up optimism for court cases against intellectual-property thieves

  • A slew of recent court rulings point to improved attitude towards defending foreign owners of iconic trademarks and patents
  • Authorities have also tightened curb to rampant “trademark squatting” by reviewing the first-to-file patent system

Topic |   Intellectual property in China
More foreign and local companies are filing for trademarks in local intellectual-property courts as industry reforms earn China brownie points from lawyers and foreign agencies. Illustration: Henry Wong More foreign and local companies are filing for trademarks in local intellectual-property courts as industry reforms earn China brownie points from lawyers and foreign agencies. Illustration: Henry Wong
More foreign and local companies are filing for trademarks in local intellectual-property courts as industry reforms earn China brownie points from lawyers and foreign agencies. Illustration: Henry Wong
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