Trademark News & Screw-ups New Balance Wins $1.5 Million in Landmark China Trademark Case

Not only is this one of the largest awards for trademark infringement in China, it demonstrates that China is gradually evolving from a hybrid of piracy haven and protectionist state that would always favor Chinese companies over large international brands. Looks like things are changing. No wonder more trademark applications are filed in China every year than in any other country. In fact, almost as many trademarks are filed in China every year as in all other countries combined. If your products or services have a potential market in China, you should trademark your brand there.

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