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Review Decision about Trademark No. 16015994“device” for Rejection

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CTPLO · Published on 2017-11-08 10:27:18 · 77 read Cases

Review Decision about Trademark No. 17658281“怪兽音乐节”(Monster Music Festival)for Rejection

                                                                         

CTPLO · Published on 2017-11-07 10:52:38 · 16 read Cases

Review Decision about Trademark No.17357301 “HEMPEL” for Rejection

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CTPLO · Published on 2017-11-06 09:59:27 · 68 read Cases

Decision about Trademark No. 8642023“Signature Hardware”on Review for Cancellation

A review case based on a cancellation

CTPLO · Published on 2017-11-03 09:40:56 · 71 read Cases

Decision about Trademark No.12124800 “Lipovitan” on Invalidation

A decision about an invalidation case

CTPLO · Published on 2017-10-30 14:08:34 · 31 read Cases

Review Decision about Trademark No. G840607“BUNGE PRO”for Rejection

A review case decision

CTPLO · Published on 2017-10-27 09:42:47 · 71 read Cases

Decision about Trademark No.12785892 “monliere” on Invalidation

                             

CTPLO · Published on 2017-10-26 13:59:40 · 48 read Cases

Review Decision about Trademark No. 18846044“BENCH 1775”on Rejection

A review case based on the applicant didn't satisfied with trademark office reject its application

CTPLO · Published on 2017-10-25 14:02:23 · 48 read Cases

How do I contest someone else using or attempting to register a trademark similar to mine?

If our monitoring service alerts you of someone else filing a potentially infringing application, there are several ways to dispute that mark’s registration. Because each situation has unique facts, you should consider contacting an attorney, preferably one specializing in trademark law. CTPLO can put you in touch with an experienced attorney in this area.

CTPLO · Published on 2017-10-24 12:26:09 · 28 read Search

Why should I monitor trademark applications?

Trademark owners are responsible for enforcing their own trademark rights, including the monitoring of others' use of marks that are similar to their own. The China Trademark Office (CTMO) is responsible only for assessing applications and registering marks. And when the China Trademark Office (CTMO) reviews other trademark applications, they may approve a mark that you believe is similar to your own. Monitoring your trademark gives you an opportunity to dispute the registration of another mark.

CTPLO · Published on 2017-10-24 12:24:32 · 59 read Monitoring