Manufacturing infringement: the OEM conundrum

By Davide Follador

Recent developments have yet to provide clarification on the judicial treatment of trademark infringement and use in the original equipment manufacturing business model

How do you know whether you are using a trademark in China? Labelling products with a brand seems the most straightforward answer. However, where such use actually takes place can be a tricky question, especially when it comes to products manufactured exclusively for export.

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