Letters of consent and conflicting views on the public and private interests
A review of recent trademark refusal appeal cases suggests that, in contrast to the CNIPA, the Beijing IP Court continues to accept the evidentiary value of letters of consent to co-exist in deciding whether a likelihood of confusion may arise.
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