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Merchandising rights in China: judicial protection of commercial interests

By He Jing and Lyu Pei

Ground-breaking decisions have made merchandising rights a useful tool in the battle against bad-faith trademarks

Many rights holders have had frustrating experiences when it comes to fighting bad-faith trademark squatters in China. However, several recent cases have made use of a highly effective new weapon: merchandising rights.

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