Big judgment against New Balance illustrates translation pitfalls

If, like us, you signed up for every INTA event with China in the title, there are a couple of things you have probably noticed. First, there were more changes over the past year to China’s trademark-related laws and judicial interpretations than anyone can enumerate in a single presentation. Second, there are two recent court rulings coming up in conversation a lot, mainly because there are certain aspects of them people just can’t make sense of.

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