The trials and errors of Article 10(1)(8) of the Trademark Law 12 May 17
While Chinese courts have made significant progress in improving the quality of their rulings, and full credit must be given to the many steps taken by the courts to deal with the problem of inconsistency between judgments and the application of the law, decisions surrounding Article 10(1)(8) of the Trademark Law remain a puzzle that vexes practitioners attempting to understand the scope of its application.
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