China Trademark Office reforms seek to streamline procedures, but more detail is needed
Last week, the China Trademark Office introduced a number of procedural changes aimed at improving the country’s trademark prosecution process. In theory, the reforms should benefit trademark applicants, but local lawyers have told World Trademark Review that further clarification is needed. In particular, the new measures intended to simplify opposition procedures are regarded as too vague.
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