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How to apply for a trademark in China and Hong Kong
Jon Wyness of MW Trade Marks Ltd explains how to apply for a trademark in mandarin and latin.
OTA Webinar: Brand Registration in China
The Chinese market has many opportunities but also presents some risks. This co-led session focuses on how to protect your brand. The webinar includes an overview of China’s organic market, and IPR environment especially in the F&B sector. We cover China’s IPR enforcement system, including the most recent regulations and classifications. Participants learn how to register the brand, including steps to take, estimated timeline and cost, and tips on how to choose Chinese trademark names. For questions, please contact Monique Marez at [email protected]
“Bad Faith Trademark Registration in China” Webinar
In this webinar, "Bad Faith" Trademark Registration in China, the webinar will talk about why bad faith registration is such a problem in China, the potential impact on your business, the best practices for opposing and cancelling bad faith marks, the best practices for negotiating purchases from pirates and implications of proposed amendments to the Trademark Law (which is expected in 2013). Joe Simone, founder/director of Simone IP Services, shares insights from his 25 years of representing companies in China. For more: http://www.export.gov/webinars/eg_main_079785.asp March 15, 2013
Saving your Brand in China
China is emerging as a global Intellectual Property (IP) leader and enforcer. As such it is the responsibility of any business owner to register their IP in China in a timely fashion before any IP hijacker or squatter can. Before you begin your internet searches, content downloads, register a Wechat account, conduct social media networking and marketing, joining local or even foreign trade shows, local networking events or even on the ground investigations and due diligence REGISTER YOUR IP. If you do not you are openly making it easy for any local Chinese company to hijack or steal your trademark and/or patent.
Trademark Fundamentals in China
This video provides an overview of trademark law in China and how to protect your trademarks there. For more: http://www.stopfakes.gov/china-ipr-webinar March 21, 2011
Protecting your brand - Why you need trademarks in China and Hong Kong
Mary-Ellen Field of Vintage Management Ltd explains why you need a trademark
Bringing your brand to China
Bringing your brand to China, Marco Pearman-Parish the CEO of Corporation China discusses the many opportunities in China and ways to ensure your brands success in the complex Chinese market. Bong and he talked about what opportunities an online Wechat store have over Tmall and JDmall. Filmed at beautiful shopping center in the Heart of Xiamen. China Trading Import-Export Company It is a commonly used investment vehicle for mainland China-based businesses. The main difference from other WFOE’s is that you need an Import & Export License to establish a Trading WFOE. So what defines a WFOE? The unique feature of a WFOE is that the entity is 100% owned and capitalized by foreign investors and operating without a local (Chinese) partner. This maintains greater control over your businesses operations, targets and profits of the company, allowing the mother company to concentrate on its own operations. WFOE is the favorable option for an overseas company that wants to permanently incorporate into mainland China. Setting up a limited company does not necessarily mean you can engage in any kind of business activity, as is the case in some Western countries. WFOEs can only operate within the business scope approved by the authorities. Other activities are subject to further approval. So it is vital to determine what you want to do from the offset. A trading WFOE is one of 4 types of WFOEs. It’s for businesses dealing with wholesale and retail with an Import & Export License. The registration process for a China Trading Company Registration takes just 30 days with Corporation China. https://www.corporationchina.com/china-trading-company-registration/ Opening a China Trading Company Setting up a Trading Company in China is simple, the limited-liability type company is called a Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise, abbreviated WFOE or WOFE. A Trading Company also has an import export license that enables it to Import and Export goods out of China. One of the main reasons companies open a import export company is to reclaim their VAT back. The Shanghai free-trade Zone is one of the fastest places in China to get your VAT back thus many companies choose to register in Shanghai.
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Risks of entering China without a trade mark
Doing business in China? Whether you’re already exporting to China, or planning to in the future, we have a dedicated team of China IP experts who can help you succeed. In this soundbite video our senior associate, Amanda Griffiths, gives a quick intro into the risks of entering the Chinese market without a trade mark registration.
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Brand Matters: How does a global brand break into the China market?
This week on Brand Matters, we chat with Eric Lin, Executive Director, Pacific Rim, about what global brands need to do in order to break into the China market and how they can maximize their impact upon doing so. For more insights that inspire, check out our blog: http://www.siegelgale.com/views Siegel+Gale is a global strategic branding firm based in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, Dubai, and Shanghai: http://www.siegelgale.com Music sourced from Soundcloud Creative Commons and is licensed under CC 3.0
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WHY Buy a Chinese Phone?
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Do I need a trademark now to sell on Amazon?? - ASK JUNGLE SCOUT EP #16
Leave your QUESTION in the comments below for a chance to have it answered on another episode! Ask Jungle Scout is a weekly show where we answer YOUR top questions about selling on Amazon, FBA and the private label business! This week's questions: 0:23 Do I have to have my brand trademarked to sell private label now on Amazon? 1:30 Do you need to brand register for every product that has a different brand name? 3:09 How can I offer an e-book with my product? 4:22 How should we utilize the Negative keywords in PPC? PPC Strategies: https://youtu.be/BSOvUQj8DFA?t=52m19s 5:06 I'm dealing with a supplier that's not answering my questions for a week. Should I move on? 6:37 Is brand registry with Amazon, the USPTO or somewhere else? 6:49 What kind of legal documents do you require to sell on Amazon? Tax & Legal Structure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7T3I3A69-ZQ
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Trademark Search in China
Tutorial on how to perform a Trademark Search in China. The search is performed within Chinese Trademark Office website http://www.sipo.gov.cn/. More information in http://trademark-search.marcaria.com/en/trademark-search-china
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How I Do $250,000 a Month Selling Alibaba and Ali Express Products on eBay & Amazon
FOR THOSE OF YOU WANTING TO KNOW WHERE I PULL MY STATS FROM SIGNUP FOR A FREE TRIAL HERE https://www.terapeak.com?rfsn=188488.9b3d9 SETUP YOUR OWN SHOPIFY STORE http://bit.ly/26SUDFb LINKS TO THESE PRODUCTS http://rulesforrebels.blogspot.com/2015/10/how-i-do-250000-month-selling-alibaba.html eCommerce is not rocket science, it's simply the process of finding products which sell well on platforms like eBay, Amazon, Etsy, or your own Shopify store or WooCommerce store. You want to find products which you can source cheaply either from Chinese suppliers and manufacturers on sites like Ali Express, Alibaba, Saleshoo, or domestically through something like ThomasNet. You want to find products which you can buy cheaply on those platforms and resell for more money on eBay, Amazon, Etsy, Shopify, etc. My intention with this post isn't to have you run off and sell these exact products. It's to show you the process, to show you how to find items, etc. While you can probably make money just copying this exact method I would rather see you use the overall concept to find your own products and niches which you can sell. Money can be made selling random one off products, however a better way to build a longer term sustainable business with better margins, less competition, and loyal customers who make recurring purchases is to stick within a niche. Rather than selling a mixing bowl today and a tactical pen tomorrow you find a niche to settle into in which you can build content, a social media following, etc and then market and sell to that audience. If your selling all kitchen goods or cooking items people may buy multiple items from you or come back and make more purchases. If your selling a nintendo controller extension today and a pair of Yoga socks tomorrow your items are not crossover purchase items that the same consumer will buy, however if your selling multiple items in the Yoga niche for example there's a good chance the buyer who purchases Yoga socks will come back for a Yoga mat. Something I hear alot is how can we possibly compete with the low prices of Chinese manufacturers selling direct to consumers on platforms like eBay and Amazon. While that is making selling more challening, pricing isn't as big an issue as you may think. Sure someone can buy an item for $2 form a Chinese seller but it will take 4-6 weeks to arrive, the quality may be spotty, the listing probably isn't well written, and returns are difficult, often leaving the buyer paying expensive return shipping. Simply by putting together quality listings with good pictures and descriptions you can often outrank the manufacturers and sell for a higher price by that alone. You can also employ strategies like bundling products and private labeling which can also help you sell your products at higher prices than the manufacturers and suppliers are offering them for. I explain that in more detail below. Bundling refers to packaging items together. Let's take for example something like the fire starter. You can buy this for 0.20 cents and maybe sell it for a couple bucks right? Okay, well what if we now add a fire starter, a compass, a paracord bracelet and a folding credit card knife. All these items are very cheap. We could probably buy one of each for say $1. When we bundle these items together and call it a "Survival Pack" something along those lines we create added perceived value and can maybe get $16.95 for these 3 or 4 items which maybe cost us a buck and some change at most. How does private labeling add value to a product? Most people prefer buying brands as opposed to generic products. Sometimes it's because the brand product is superior, while other times peole just like a fancy name on a box. Think about it, if your at a store and your looking to buy a HDMI cable. Are you going to buy the one in the clear plastic bag with no name that just says "HDMI Cable" or are you going to buy the one in the box called "Lightening Cable" that has diagrams showing how the connections are gold, its faster than other HDMI cables, etc. Most people will probably opt for the branded item. Same thing with most other products, people want a branded product more and will typically pay a couple extra bucks to get it.
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INTA Hosts “Trademark on the Silk Road” Panel at China Trademark Festival
On October 18, INTA hosted “Trademark on the Silk Road” panel at the 7th China Trademark Festival in Haikou, China. INTA CEO Etienne Sanz de Acedo and China Trademark Association Deputy Secretary General XIAO Yun gave opening remarks on the importance of brand protection and anticounterfeiting under the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime SkilRoad economic initiative. Chinese government officials WANG Dingbang, YAN Shi and ZANG Baoqing introduced Chinese efforts on trademark law and registration, and INTA Members Kowit Somwaiya (LawPlus, Thailand), Denis Voevodin (Dentons, Russia), Motasem Abu-Ghazaleh (AGIP, UAE) and Pravin Anand (Anand and Anand, India) gave informative talks on issues related to trademark registration and protection in jurisdictions along the Silk Road.
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Christian Orio: register your brand in China
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What Is Madrid Protocol ? | Trademark Factory® FAQ
What Is Madrid Protocol? Secure Your Brand with Trademark Factory® Risk-Free, Guaranteed. https://www.trademarkfactory.com Madrid Protocol is an international treaty that allows most businesses in the world to file one trademark application and just put checkmarks next to the countries where they want their trademark registered. And when I said, “most business owners”, unfortunately, there are some countries that are not yet members to that. And most countries are, but Canada is currently the only civilized country in the world that is not a part of that treaty. So Canadians cannot use that. So if you’re a Canadian business and you have a global presence and you want to have global protection for your brand, essentially you have two options. One is to file individual trademark applications in every single country where you need protection. And it can get really, really expensive because you have to deal with separate lawyers, separate countries, separate government fees, it can easily escalate to a huge sum of money. The second option would be for you to establish an entity, maybe a branch or another company in some other country—and most Canadians set up U.S. companies for that reason—and then you can file an international trademark application on behalf of that U.S. entity. So here is how this works. If you are a company or a business that can file an international trademark application, the first thing you’re going to do is file the national trademark application in your country of residence. So for example, if you are an American company, you would file a U.S. trademark application, just like you normally would. And then you would file a second application—that would be the international part of it—where you would say, “Based on our U.S. filing, we want the same trademark registered in this country, in this country, in this country, we want it in China, we want in India, we want in Brazil, we want in this and that. And again, you would not be able to add Canada because that’s not the part of the system. But, generally, the rule is very simple: if you want to get your trademark registered in more than 5 countries, the Madrid Protocol is the way to go. It will save you a ton of money, a lot of headaches. If it’s less than 5—and by the way, the`European Union is considered as one entity, so all 28 countries, think of them as one whole,—so if all you want to do is get your trademark in the U.S., European Union, and China, don’t go for Madrid, just do them separately. If it is more than 5 countries, put the list and make sure that you get your brand protected in all the markets where your trademark is valuable for you. ----------------------------------- Trademark Factory® resources: ★ Website: https://trademarkfactory.com ★ ☆ YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/trademarkfactory.com ☆ ★ Facebook Page: https://facebook.com/thetrademarkfactory ★ ☆ Twitter: https://twitter.com/realTMfactory ☆ ★ Kick-Ass Brands Show: http://kickassbrandsshow.com ★ ☆ Kick-Ass Brands Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/kickassbrands ☆
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Zens Brand Store In Beijing China World Trade Center Tower by CUN Design
ZENS focuses on Chinese design while keeping an eye on young Chinese designers, whom it dubbed as the “Platinum Generation”. In the spring of 2017, ZENS and CUN DESIGN came into contact for the first time and tried to accomplish a work together with a fresh design. At that time, we went close to the brand and found that the first thing that ZENS needed was to refresh its image if it was determined to design together with CUN DESIGN. Through these store designs we could get to know each other better, and what’s more, store design was extremely important at that time as ZENS was poised for a take-off. International Award for Sustainable Architecture Awards 2018 First Award | Category: Commercial Interior Architects: Shu Cui Studio Name: CUN Design Team Members: Wang Jizhou Chuan Country: China Website: www.cunchina.cn Interior Designer: Cui Shu, Wang Jizhou Participating Designer: Ma Chuanchuan Location: China World Trade Center Tower, Chaoyang District, Beijing Function: Commercial space Project Name: ZENS Brand Store in Beijing China World Trade Center Tower 3 Area:128㎡ Photographer: Wang Ting, Wang Jin Hence, we saw a store opened on the first floor of Beijing China World Trade Center Tower 3. Given the small floor area in a strange oval shape, we tried to design the store with the concept of an oriental circle. In this way, CUN DESIGN embarked on this new journey of designing for the brand terminal store together with designers from ZENS! The design method adopted was quite simple. We first tried to soften the edges and corners on the floor, walls and roof with a borderless technique so as to divert attention from the size and shape of the store space and blur the boundary of the store. Subsequently, we used an open-ended bamboo device to make an oriental circle, which looked like a carp bending its body and extending its tail, or a pebble with rounded edges. Finally, with such an oriental circle device, all functions were coordinated and integrated. In my understanding, the orient could be represented by a circle. However, in my heart, the circle, instead of a geometric figure known to the world, is more like a pebble washed by the stream of time with rounded and smooth edges that presents various styles from different angles.It looks like a compromise with the world and the environment, but retains a kind of self-persistence and respect for time, attesting to a distinct personality without being sharp or mean! Designers of CUN DESIGN used a geometric figure known to the world to display oriental wisdom and philosophy. We believe the purpose of design has never been beauty but something deeper and far more important. It may be the precision, the wisdom, the enlightenment after a problem is solved, or a beautiful presentation based on methodology. Another great opportunity. APR’s next award Urban Design & Architecture Design Awards 2018 is open for Registration.
Using the Madrid Protocol for International Trademark Protection - Davis McGrath IP Webinar Series
Here is the recording of the January 11, 2012 webinar on "Using the Madrid Protocol for International Trademark Protection." In this webinar, we cover: - What is the Madrid Protocol? - Advantages of the Madrid Protocol - Disadvantages of the Madrid Protocol - Terminology - Who can use the Protocol? - What are the filing requirements? - What are the pitfalls to watch out for? - Dealing with refusals - Subsequent Designations - Other Countries Designating the United States - Using ROMARIN The slides can be found here -- http://blog.davismcgrath.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/2012-01-11-Slides-Using-the-Madrid-Protocol-for-International-Trademark-Protection.pdf
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How to Register a WeChat Official Account - Ashley Talks 22
How to Register a WeChat Official Account In this video I'm talking about registering an official WeChat Account for a corporation/company/brand. More about Chinese social media marketing is at www.chozan.co. Please subscribe for more great content about China, Chinese consumers and Chinese social media. https://www.youtube.com/ashleytalkschina If you like this video, feel free to give a thumbs-up, comment and share it :) Enhance your social media strategy here: WeChat Marketing https://bit.ly/2qFRTvI Weibo Marketing https://bit.ly/2JNnrZD China Market and Chinese Consumers https://bit.ly/2EPZcGh Chinese Influencer Marketing https://bit.ly/2qDZzPh Blog ▪ http://www.ashleytalks.com/ Linkedin ▪ https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashleygalina/ Instagram ▪ https://www.instagram.com/ashley.lina/ Facebook ▪ https://www.facebook.com/AshleyTalksChina/ Twitter ▪ https://twitter.com/AshleyDudarenok Podcast ▪ https://apple.co/2FK7tRF
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Foreign Businesses Face Trademark Minefield in China
For more news and videos visit ☛ http://english.ntdtv.com Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C What do Apple, Michael Jordan, and Starbucks have in common? They've all been fighting over trademark issues in China. Many international companies have had to face a minefield of murky rules and "trademark squatters" in China's trademark system. The founder of OSPOP, Ben Walters, says a poor trademark system has hampered his business. [Ben Walters, Founder of OSPOP]: "China is a 'first-to-register' market which means that you have people out there that are sitting there looking at the public domain, acting as vultures, looking at property out there online to snatch up, with no other intention other than to ransom or hijack it." Patent and trademark lawyer Sandra Gibbons says trademark squatting is a problem in China. And it's aided by agencies that register hundreds of trademarks in the hope of turning a profit. [Sandra Gibbons, Partner, Marks and Clerk Hong Kong]: "Yeah it happens all the time and I've got several clients at the moment who are blocked from registering their trademark in China. They're faced with a large payment in order to try and get it back, sometimes in terms of millions of US dollars, to try to buy back their trademark which is their legitimate business." Gibbons also says the companies looking to do business in China have to understand how China's trademark system works, as it differs greatly from that of the US. China uses a "first to file" system when it comes to trademarks, meaning that the party who files for registration first gets the trademark, while the United States uses a "first to use" system, meaning a party filing for a trademark has to show that it's either used the mark in business or intends to use the mark in the future for business. Gibbons also advises companies considering expanding their businesses internationally should register their trademark in China, especially if they want to manufacture there. But secrecy is key. [Sandra Gibbons, Partner, Marks and Clerk Hong Kong]: "The first advice is: before you tell anyone in China, don't tell your manufacturer in China, don't tell your contacts in China, file the application. People in China, the contacts in China, the manufacturers, if they go and file it and you can prove you've had discussions with these people, you can get you trademark back on the basis of bad faith. But people are much more clever than that, they know this, so the person who's going to file the application will be someone who can't be traced." According to World Intellectual Property Organization, China ranks seventh among countries in total trademark registrations, and fourth in trademark growth.
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How to Register a Trademark For Your Amazon FBA Business and Logo - AMPM PODCAST EP 155
How to Register a Trademark for Your Amazon Private Label Business! Need help trademarking a logo for your Amazon FAB business? Find out everything you need to know about trademarking your Amazon brand name and logo in the United States, Canada, and internationally! AMPM PODCAST EP 155 with Manny Coats and Anita Mar Check out more podcast episodes at https://www.ampmpodcast.com/ Get your business trademarked today at https://www.sellertrademarks.com/ In episode 155 of the AMPM Podcast, host Manny Coats interviews Anita Mar, a trademarking professional with over 18 years of experience in the industry and is the founder of Trademark Angel. Anita addresses many misconceptions about trademarking a business and how Amazon sellers can gain registered trademarks for their brands without running into red tape or losing out to a competitor. *Correction - Anita Mar is offering her services through SellerTradmarks.com for $695, not $645 (mentioned around 35:00) Recommended Tools: https://www.ampmpodcast.com/tools-services/ Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AMPMPodcast/
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Suggestions on Cosmetics Registration in China
0:20 Special cases--toothpastes and soaps 1:15 Trademark protection If you're a Canadian SME and have questions about doing business in China, please send us your questions by email at [email protected] All services of the Trade Commissioner Service are FREE of charge to qualified Canadian clients. Script: The definition of cosmetics is different all over the world. In China, toothpaste is not regarded as cosmetics, so the pre-market registration is not required for toothpaste. Another special case is for soaps. So far, the pre-market registration is not required for soaps, but some ports in China will request to provide CFDA license to past the port inspection and quarantines. If you want to sell your (soap) products in the shopping malls and supermarkets, the CFDA license will be requested. So we normally suggest our clients to register soaps with CFDA especially if they want to sell them in shopping malls and supermarket. We’ve got some complaints from our clients that they could not sell their products in the China market, despite that they got CFDA license, because their trademark had been registered by another company in China. So another important thing for the foreign manufacturers is to fulfill the registration of the original and Chinese trademark before or during the process of the registration (with CFDA).
Ivanka Trump Name Being Trademarked by Companies in China : Harper's BAZAAR. Being the daughter of the new U.S. President has done a mix of good, bad and strange things to Ivanka Trump’s business and brand. For the most part, it hasn’t been very positive, with leading U.S. retailers Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus confirming they were dropping her brand from their stores—for sales reasons, not political, they’ve claimed.
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Register a Trademark in Hong Kong
Trademarks help a company maintain its position on the market and help it be distinguishable in the eye of the consumer. Applications for new trademarks in Hong Kong are handled by the Intellectual Property Department and the applicant must make sure that his trademark design is unique. Find out more about the requirements for trademarks and the law for intellectual property protection from our lawyers at: http://www.lawfirmhongkong.com/.
Linsanity: China's Preemptive Registration
Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Chinese-American NBA new star, Jeremy Shu-How Lin, set off a whirlwind of public interest in basketball. The stardom hiked Lin's market value as well. In 2011, an insightful businessman in China filed preemptive registration for the trademark "Jeremy SHL" Pam Deese, Jeremy Lin's attorney in the US, said they are prepared to protect Lin's intellectual property rights. And Jeremy Lin has filed his own application to register "Linsanity" as a trademark, the nickname given by his fans. In the past two weeks, Jeremy Lin drew widespread attention on his soaring to stardom from an unknown bench player. The tidal wave of Linsanity boosted NBA ticket prices, and led to a high-sale of related merchandises. Nearly 1,000 Lin-related goods are being sold online, like player cards and jerseys, all attracting public attention. Whether Lin himself will benefit from this boom is a wide concern. Lin's jersey number with the New York Knicks is 17. This jersey is now a best-seller at the NBA online store. All kinds of Lin-related souvenirs are snapped up by fans. Lin' fancy shapes up as a huge business opportunity. Early in 2011, Yu Minjie, Wuxi-based businessman trademarked the term "Jeremy SHL" As a sporting goods businessman, Yu predicted Jeremy Lin would be another shining Chinese NBA star, after Yao Ming. Yu thus filed an application with China's Trademark Office to register "Jeremy SHL", under two categories. What is the commercial value of the trademark under these two categories? The name "Jeremy SHL" alone is worth RMB 100 million, according to the evaluation of Forbes magazine. Yet it merely cost Yu Minjie RMB 4,460 for the registration. In China Jeremy Lin will have to get Yu's authorization before using the trademark name "Jeremy SHL" On Feb. 14, Jeremy Lin applied in the U.S. for the trademark "Linsanity" The filing of "Linsanity" is reported to be used for goods, such as clothing, toys, beverages, bags, among others. Before Lin's own filing, two separate trademark applications for the same term were made by Californian businessmen. Jeremy Lin's application indicates that he resorted to the law to safeguard his interests. NBA's top superstar Michael Jordan faced similar problem. On Feb. 22, Jordan announced his infringement proceeding against an enterprise in mainland China. The preemptive trademark registration in China seems abusive. Will Jeremy Lin take back his trademark rights? Zhang, a lawyer from Tee & Howe Intellectual Property Attorneys, says China adopts first-to-file principle for trademarks' registration. In China, preemptive registration of foreign trademarks is common before brands enter the market, Zhang affirms. Zhang (lawyer): "These foreign brands certainly aren't well-known in China prior to entering China's market. This gives rise to a problem. That is, trademarks' registration of some world renowned brands are forestalled in China. This makes it hard to deal with afterwards, that is to annul the registration." Shi, lawyer at Shanghai-based No.1 Law Firm, speaks of widespread piracy in China. Intellectual property rights cannot be guaranteed. Shi thinks the reason is due to the unsound rule of law. Shi (lawyer): "If he abuses the trademark, producing fake or shoddy goods that harm the goodwill of Jeremy Lin, the registration can be revoked according to the law." Su, another lawyer of Beijing' Tee & Howe, says trademark registration is generally granted if there is no same-term application for a congener commodity. If it is not used after registration or some demur is raised in the future, then a petition for invalidation can be filed. Su (lawyer): "Legally, if the Trademark Office defines it as a malicious preemptive registration, it's not an infringement. But a petition for invalidation may be filed and the registration will finally be annulled." China has joined the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property. Due to existing hidden business rules, few international regulations are truly followed in mainland China. Lawyer Shi says if there is a sound rule of law and everything is public, hidden rules will not be rampant like they are now. NTD reporters Yi Ru, Li Ting and Xiao Yu 《神韵》2011世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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Quick guide to registering a UK Trademark
Link to search the TM database: https://www.gov.uk/search-for-trademark My follow-up that details the online application process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6TU5kvFgWU&t=4s Check out my blog here: https://gregleeblog.wordpress.com
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Chinese Firm Registers Jeremy Lin Trademark Without Star's Permission
For more news and videos visit ➡ ‪http://english.ntdtv.com‬ Follow us on Twitter ➡ ‪http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision‬ Add us on Facebook ➡ ‪http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C‬ Jeremy Lin is the hottest new star of the NBA. The Taiwanese-American shot to global fame with the New York Knicks in 2011. But some of this recognition in China may be unwanted. A Chinese sports company took a gamble and registered Lin's name as a trademark about a year before he shot to stardom. Now the company is churning out Jeremy Lin branded basketballs, without the star's permission. It gives a new meaning to the word "Linsanity." A basketball manufacturer in China registers Asian-American NBA star Jeremy Lin's name as a trademark, without his knowledge—for just 700 dollars. The Wuxi Risheng Sports Utility Co discovered Lin before he shot to fame with the New York Knicks. [Yu Minjie, President, Wuxi Risheng Sports Utility Co]: "When I discovered Jeremy Lin, he was still studying in Harvard. At that time, he was representing Harvard during a basketball game. Back then, I found that he was a very clever and speedy player." In July 2010 the company registered variations on Lin's Chinese name, "Lin Shuhao," and "Jeremy S.H.L." as trademarks in China. [Yu Minjie, President, Wuxi Risheng Sports Utility Co]: "I wanted to use his trademark to make basketballs. Even if he was not popular, I would have still have launched his products. Every year we are launching new products." But in 2011 Lin shot to stardom and "Linsanity,"—a term Lin himself is applying for trade mark—was born. [Yu Minjie, President, Wuxi Risheng Sports Utility Co]: "Originally we were planning to launch his products at the beginning of this year. Now that he is suddenly so famous, we have to make the products better and of superior quality." This use of Lin's name in China will no doubt anger Nike, Lin's official coorperate partner. Nike signed a contract with Lin in 2010, and is launching Jeremy Lin shoes and a "Linsanity" line of clothing. Horace Lam, a Beijing based intellectual property lawyer, says that according to China's copyright laws, what Risheng sports is doing is legal. [Horace Lam, Partner at Jones Day Law Firm]: "I think the reality is this company has already successfully registered the trademark in China for amongst other things, sporting equipment including basketballs and football and basketball jerseys etc. So they have the legal right to use that trademark in China." If Lin or Nike want to buy the rights from Risheng sports to use Lin's Chinese name in China, they may have to pay a hefty sum. This isn't the first time an NBA star has found a Chinese company using his name without permission. Micheal Jordan recently discovered a Chinese company trading under the Chinese transliteration of his name—Qiaodan. Qiaodan sports owns over five thousand stores across China, all trading under that name. Jordan is taking his case to the courts. So far Lin has not commented on his trademark problems in China.
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Anti-Counterfeiting and Brand Protection Strategies for China
China is reported to be the source of over 86% of counterfeits worldwide with a $396B impact on global companies. Whether you produce, sell or have nothing to do with China, China counterfeits should be on your radar. For those who have made attempts to fight counterfeits or infringers in China, you may be tired of playing the "whack-a-mole" game of endless Alibaba take-downs and raids of small Chinese factories in remote areas. So are we, which is why Quarles & Brady’s China Trademark duo employs different strategies that can yield more meaningful results. Join us to learn more.
How can I register my trademark in Hong Kong, China
A true story shared by a business owner who finally get her trademark registered in Hong Kong, China.
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Trademark Protection Best Practices
0:07 Should we allow our distributor or licensee to register our trademarks in China? 0:56 If we get trademark rights through assignments from others, is it necessary to proceed with recordation of assignment with the China Trademark Office? 1:51 Is it necessary to conduct customs recordation for trademarks in China? What is the advantage of conducting customs recordation in China? 3:04 Will the Chinese authorities, such as the PSB, AIC or customs actively take legal action against counterfeits? 4:25 Would we face the risk of being sued for trademark infringement if the trademark we used in China has not been registered by us, but has been registered by others? If you're a Canadian SME and have questions about doing business in China, please send us your questions by email at [email protected] All services of the Trade Commissioner Service are free of charge to qualified Canadian clients. Should we allow our distributor or licensee to register our trademarks in China? I do not recommend allowing a distributer or licensee to register your trademark in China, because you may put yourself at substantial risk, and you may even face the risk of being sued for trademark infringement in China. Instead, you should register your trademark by yourself, and it is even better for you to maintain the exclusive ownership of all your trademarks worldwide. One more thing, you should probably sign the distribution license agreement with your distributor and you have to make it clear that, 1. You own all your trademarks; and 2. You are just licensing the distributor to use these marks. If we get trademark rights through assignments from others, is it necessary to proceed with recordation of assignment with the China Trademark Office? Yes, it is necessary for you to record an assignment in a timely manner, if you get trademark right through assignment from others. For one thing, you cannot enjoy trademark right until the assignment was recorded with China Trademark Office. Before the assignment gets approved, you can only rely on the Trademark Agreement, but it is possible for the assigner to breach the agreement, while maintaining the ownership of the trademark. In that case, you may not be at an advantageous position. Another thing, if you do not get the assignment recorded, but you intend to enforce the trademark against a third party, you may have to bear a high burden of proof, which means you have to prove that there is a license agreement authorizing you to take actions. Is it necessary to conduct customs recordation for trademarks in China? What is the advantage of conducting customs recordation in China? Yes, it is necessary to conduct customs recordation in China, because customs recordation is an effective way to ensure trademark protection in China. There are two types of customs protection. One is passive protection and the other is active protection. For the passive protection, the trademark owner first files an application, and then the customs takes action accordingly. For the active protection, it is the customs that takes the initiatives based on the trademark recordation. So the advantage of a customs recordation is that it can initiate customs active protection. If the customs discovers any imported or exported goods, suspicious of infringing trademark right on record, they will send notice to the trademark owner. The owner may request the customs to detain the suspected infringing goods, by depositing a sum equivalent to the value of the goods. Then the customs will make an investigation, and depose of the infringing goods if trademark infringement is found. Will the Chinese authorities, such as the PSB, AIC or customs actively take legal action against counterfeits? Yes, Chinese authorities will actively take legal actions against counterfeits in China. The Public Security Bureau-the PSB will take action against counterfeits in criminal cases. If the sales amount of illegal profits of counterfeit exceeds a certain amount, I mean, meet certain threshold, The PSB will take cases transferred from the administrative authority, like the Administration of Industry and Commerce (AIC). ...
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Regulatory Requirement of Cosmetics in China
0:20 Cosmetics categories & sub-categories 0:52 Cosmetics registration requirements & duration 1:32 Responsible person for registration 1:54 Licence validity & renewal If you're a Canadian SME and have questions about doing business in China, please send us your questions by email at [email protected] All services of the Trade Commissioner Service are FREE of charge to qualified Canadian clients. Script: In China, the cosmetics are divided into 2 categories: non-special use and special use cosmetics. There are 5 sub-categories in the non-special use cosmetics: skin care; hair care; nail care; perfume and makeup. For special use cosmetics there are 9 sub-categories: hair growth; hair dye; hair perm; depilation; deodorization; fitness; breast shaping; anti freckle and sunscreens. According to the regulations all imported cosmetics have to be registered at the CFDA (China Food and Drug Administration). The duration of the registration with the CFDA is about 6-8 months for non-special use cosmetics, and 10-18 months for special use cosmetics. For the cosmetics recorded by the Shanghai Pudong New Area, the whole time of the record- keeping is about 4 months. All cosmetics have to be tested on animals to fulfill the registration process, expect domestic non-special use cosmetics. During the registration with CFDA, the first step for the foreign manufacturers is to appoint the Chinese responsible person to register the cosmetics. Any legal entity can be the responsible person, like a WFOE (Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise), a distributor, or a third party consulting firm. Each licence will be valid for 4 years. Most submitted documents will be resubmitted for the licence renewal. But if the resubmitted information is not consistent with the information recorded, the licence renewal will be failed. So we normally suggest that the foreign applicants keep the full dossier despite that they’ve got the approval from CFDA for their products.
Dealing with Bad Faith Trademark Filings in China
This video provides information regarding how to deal with bad faith trademark filings in China, including the impact of bad faith trademark filings, how to prevent bad faith trademark filings, and how to overcome bad faith trademark filings. For more info, visit: http://www.stopfakes.gov/china-ipr-webinar/prc-%E2%80%93-dealing-bad-faith-trademark-filings July 6, 2011
How to Get a Trademarks or Service Mark to Protect Your Brand
http://www.intellectualpropertystore.com The important facts you need to know about how to register a trademark to protect your commercial rights to your product or company's brand. A trademark is used by a company to help customers identify and distinguish their goods from their competitors. A service mark is used like a trademark to identify and distinguish services. The term "trademark" is often used to refer to both trademarks and service marks. Trademarks can be any combination of words, letters, and numerals. They can consist of drawings or symbols. They can even be three-dimensional such as the shape of a product's packaging. Vocal sounds or music or can also be trademarked. Trademarks and Service Marks The United States Patent and Trademark Office allows three possible trademark formats: (1) standard character format; (2) stylized/design format; or a (3) sound mark. The standard character format is used to register word(s), letter(s), number(s) or any combination thereof, without claim to any particular font style, size, or color, and absent any design element. This format gives you the broadest rights. The stylized/design format, on the other hand, is appropriate if you wish to register a mark with a design element and/or word(s) and/or letter(s) having a particular stylized appearance that you wish to protect. This format will narrow your trademark rights to that specific design. Whenever you submit a trademark application you need to identify the goods and/or services to which the mark will apply, clearly and precisely. This is done by selecting from the 45 trademark classes that have been established by the International (Nice) Classification of Goods and Services. In some countries, you are not required to file a trademark application in order to establish ownership rights to a trademark. You can obtain proprietary rights to the trademark by simply using it in the marketplace. In these cases, you usually use the symbol TM to denote that it is an unregistered trademark or a the symbol SM for an unregistered service mark. A registered trademark is denoted it by placing a an "R" surrounded by a circle. Getting a registered trademark is always preferable. In some countries such as Germany, your product or service would have to have at least 40% market share to be able to sue for infringement on an unregistered trademark. Certain countries and regions do not even recognize trademarks rights arising through use. In these areas, rights to the trademark are given to the first entity that files for the trademark rather than the first one to use it in the marketplace. After getting a registered trademark, your company has the exclusive right to use it to identify your goods or services. If you so desire, you can authorize someone else the right to use your trademark in return for payment. You can apply for a registered trademark for use in a particular country or a region such as the European Union. An application for registration of a trademark must be filed with the appropriate national or regional trademark office. If you want even broader protection, you can file a trademark application with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). This allows you to get trademark protection in over 92 countries including the United States, the European Union, China, Japan, and most of the major countries in the world. Once your registered trademark or service mark is secured it needs to be renewed every ten years to maintain it. The current fee for renewing a trademark is $400. Trademarks can be a very valuable asset, especially if you have a business that has a well established trademarked brand. A trademark can be sold outright or licensed to a person or a business. If you are contemplating selling or licensing your trademark, IntellectualPropertyStore.com is an excellent website for accomplishing this goal. When you place a listing on this site, you can use narratives, pictures and movies to pitch the commercial marketability of your trademarked product or service. This is a very powerful and timesaving way to either sell it outright or to license it. All franchises have a registered trademark that establishes their brand and unique identity. If you already have a franchise business or if you are considering franchising, NewBusinessMarket.com is an excellent website to list your franchise opportunity to potential franchisees. There are thousands of people looking for franchise opportunities on this website. http://youtu.be/1r1-Jb5vdyw
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"Freezing" of Trademarks by Chinese Courts
This video provides basic information about Chinese trademark cases, including general background on trademark rights in China, the concept of "property preservation," and legal remedies for trademark violations. For more info, visit: http://www.stopfakes.gov/china-ipr-webinar/%E2%80%9Cfreezing%E2%80%9D-trademarks-chinese-courts March 13, 2012
Free Trade Zone lures N China's shoppers to hunt global brands
It's like a super-sized wholesale club... Global brands have lured Chinese bargain hunters to a high street in Tianjin Free Trade Zone. Various kinds of goods are shipped here directly from the global suppliers, making them 20 percent to 30 percent cheaper than those in the domestic market. Items sold here include the latest fashioned clothing, bags, costumes, food and wine to luxury cars from more than 30 countries and regions. SOUNDBITE (CHINESE): WANG QIAN, Vice Manager, Tianjin New Financial Assets Co.,Ltd "The facilitation of customs clearance procedure has shortened the circulation period, which helps goods here enjoy a competitive price." In April 2015, Chinese State Council approved the establishment of Tianjin Free Trade Zone, the only one in China's North, 18 months after the launch of China's first FTZ in Shanghai.
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United States Trademark Registration | Why Should I Register My Trademark?
The reasons why you should secure a United States trademark registration from the United States Patent and Trademark Office are numerous. In this video, trademark attorney Morris Turek provides you with an explanation of the benefits and protections you receive by registering your trademark. As a trademark lawyer, Morris can prepare and file your trademark application and guide you through the entire United States trademark registration process. http://www.yourtrademarkattorney.com
China Business Brief: Brand Protection
How can you effectively protect your brand when doing business on the Chinese mainland? HKTDC China Business Adviser Terence Tam explains how to stop infringers "sitting in your seat".
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Opportunity to Action 5 - An Introduction to IP Protection in China
This webinar will provide an overview of China’s IP landscape for British companies selling consumer-oriented products or services. The session will provide information on the different types of IP rights (including trade marks, patents, copyright), other IP protection measures, key differences with the British IP system and some strategies for IP enforcement. The webinar is aimed at a general business audience, although IP professionals with an interest in the Chinese market may benefit from attending.
What is Brand authorization letter?  Use of Brand authorization letter?
Dear friends ,this is a short video explaining about What is Brand authorization letter? Use of Brand authorization letter? pl watch full video with the help you can easily understand how you can safe your seller account and never do this mistake in future . Please do not forget to subscribe to this channel as you will get lot of videos about eCommerce, marketplaces,business idea ,marketing and sales , business management ,Also do not forget to like this video if you have liked it. Thank you all
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Trademark Registration in Hong Kong
Trademark owners have exclusive usage right over their registered symbol, names or characters. The trademark is important for the company and helps it stand out from others that provide similar services. When applying for a trademark registration in Hong Kong the applicant must submit a form and the graphic representation of the trademark.The Trade Marks Register issues a certificate of registration for those trademarks that are approved. Find out more or ask for specialized trademark registration assistance at: http://www.opencompanyhongkong.com/
Managing Risk in China: IPR protection
Registration of trademarks and patents are all-important steps for merchandisers on the Mainland and they should be more watchful of rights in secondary cities and towns, says Vera Sung, Partner with Oldham, Li & Nie
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President Ramaphosa addresses Business leaders in China
President Cyril Ramaphosa has urged South African business to synchronise South Africa's message to international investors. The president held a business breakfast meeting in Beijing, China with the South African delegation.It comes ahead of the formal state visit later today. For more on the visit to Beijing, we cross live to our reporter - Mzwandile Mbeje For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Kaiser Kuo, an independent technology analyst, talks to Al Jazeera about Go Daddy's decision to end its services in the registration of .cn domain names in China. (Mar 25, 2010) At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
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