Trademark owners sanctioned for falsified evidence
On November 3 2016 the Beijing IP Court issued its decision in a cancellation action concerning Chinese Trademark Registration 1486278, 家家 JIA JIA (subject mark), on the grounds of non-use. In addition to overruling the decision of the Trademark Review and Adjudication Board (TRAB) to maintain the registration of the 家家 JIA JIA mark, the court for the first time sanctioned the owners of the trademark for submitting falsified evidence in an attempt to deceive the court.
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