Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Comments on Judicial Interpretations of Determination of Well-Known Trademark

Mr Jing 'Brad' Luo, JD candidate, May 2009 at the SMU Dedman School of Law and Professor Shubha Ghosh at the University of Wisconsin Madison, School of Law, wrote a paper about the subject called: 'Protection and Enforcement of Well-Known Mark Rights in China: History, Theory and Future. Read messrs. Luo and Ghosh's paper here (74 pages PDF). I am sure it is a great article, since I am familiar with the high quality content of the China Business Law Blog by Mr Luo. I am going to read it now and will come back to it later.

The CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office writes that November 12, 2008, the Supreme People's Court invited public comments on its draft of 'Interpretations on Several Issues of Application of Law Concerning Determination and Protection of a Well-known Trademark in the trial of Civil Dispute Cases of Infringement of Trademark Right'. The deadline to send in your comments is December 12, 2008. Read CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office's article here.

UPDATE: You can find the link to the draft (最高法院就驰名商标认定司法解释征求意见 = The Supreme People's Court on judicial interpretations about Well-known Trademarks for Comments) at the site of the Zhejiang Liuhe Law firm, here (Chinese). Thanks Brad.

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