Despite the cost, it can pay for international trademark owners to appeal unfavourable decisions by the Chinese Trademark Review and Adjudication Board (TRAB) to the courts. The decision of the Beijing Number 1 Intermediate People’s Court in the HAAGER-DASZ case signals a more lenient approach by the courts to establishing the fame of a foreign mark in China and a harsher...

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