New Balance ordered to pay $15.8 million in damages to Chinese businessman
The Guangzhou Intermediate People’s Court has ordered Xin Bai Lun Trade (China) Ltd, a subsidiary of New Balance, to pay Rmb98 million (approximately $15.8 million) to a Chinese businessman who owned the registered trademarks BAI LUN and XIN BAI LUN in China.
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