Changing attitudes to letters of consent - what brand owners need to know
Applicants for trademark registration in China frequently find their applications refused because of alleged conflict with prior applications or registrations. This is perhaps the inevitable result of a system where trademark applications can be filed broadly without genuine intention to use. Legitimate brand owners frequently feel obliged to file as widely as possible to protect their interest, often finding themselves in conflict with other legitimate brand owners.
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