Author: Ai-Leen Lim

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Rush to register French football star Mbappé’s name highlights China’s rampant trademark squatting problem

The 2018 FIFA World Cup ended with France being victorious and a new star player emerging among the winning

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Why the authorities are taking a tougher stance on trademark infringement in the food industry

Thirteen defendants have been criminally prosecuted in Shanghai for selling goods under illegally manufactured labels, reinforcing the tough stance

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Has China taken another Bite out of the Apple?

After locking horns with a local Chinese company for six years over the IPHONE trademark, Apple took a drubbing

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AWA Asia likes Facebook’s victory in China

In a recent high profile case, Facebook secured a victory against a trademark squatter at the Beijing High People’s

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Copycats in China: The canary in the coalmine for foreign companies?

The recent media report concerning the “fake” Goldman Sachs in China has sparked another series of stories about counterfeits

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Tougher measures on advertising in China (wef 1 September 2015): Caveat Vendor

The recent case of smart phone maker Xiaomi coming under investigation for misleading consumers through false advertising, is a

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New IP courts major step forward in China’s judicial reforms

In November and December 2014, China announced the long awaited establishment of three specialized IP courts in the Tier

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