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Protecting Trademark Rights under Coexistence

Issued: August 31 2015

In some parts of the world, use of the trademark coexistence doctrine is commonplace. Xia Zheng, Jingjing Wu and Mengmeng Yu explain how trademark coexistence is gradually becoming more accepted in China.

 

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