The road to victory in Shanghai

The decision by the Higher People’s Court of Shanghai to uphold claims brought by Starbucks against an infringerfor trademark infringement and unfair competition has thrown light on the long-standing conflict betweentrademark rights and proprietary rights in enterprise names in China. The decision also demonstrates the Chineseauthorities’ determination to step up their efforts in affording greater protection to well-known foreign brands


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