The General Trademark Violation Judgment Standards (Draft for Solicitation of Comments) is released
To enhance trademark management, the CNIPA recently issued a notice for the public consultation on the General Trademark Violation Judgment Standards (Draft for Solicitation of Comments).
The Judgment Standards provides the definition and types of trademark violations in general, and stipulates the behaviors that must be registered for trademark registration without approval, the criteria for judging the use of trademarks, deceptive definitions and circumstances, and other negative effects. It elaborates on the effective management or control of self-change of registered trademarks, counterfeiting registered trademarks, collective trademarks and certification trademarks; further strengthens the practical guidance of trademark enforcement; unifies enforcement standards, and now publicly solicits opinions before October 1, 2021.
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