Trademark Infringement

What can be defined as a trademark infringement? A trademark infringement refers to violating the provisions of the Trademark Law, counterfeiting or imitating the registered trademarks of others, or engaging in other acts that damage the legitimate rights and interests of the trademark owner. Common behaviors are:


1. Using the same or similar trademark on the same or similar commodity without the permission of the owner of the registered trademark;

2. Selling goods that are knowingly counterfeited to the registered trademarks of others;

3. Forgery and unauthorized manufacture of others’ registered trademarks or sales of forged and unauthorized trademarks;

4. Causing other damage to a registered trademark.


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