01 June 2013

China Bulletin - June 2013

In Supreme People’s Court’s “Brief Introduction to the Top Ten Innovative Intellectual Property Cases in China (2012)”, “Leroy-Somer” Trademark Infringement and Unfair Competition Case represents significant progress towards more effective rights protection for multinational brands in China.

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