Trademark Resources

Acts Deemed as an Infringement of the Exclusive Right to Use a Registered Trademark

As provided in Article 52 of the Trademark Law and Article 52 of Regulations for the Implementation of Trademark Law, Any of the following acts shall be an infringement of the exclusive right to use a registered trademark:
1. To use a trademark that is identical with or similar to a registered trademark in respect of the identical or similar goods without authorization from the trademark registrant;
2. To sell goods knowingly which contain a counterfeit trademark;
3. To counterfeit, or to make, without authorization, representations of a registered trademark of another person, or to sell such representations of a registered trademark as were counterfeited, or made without authorization;
4. To replace, without the consent of the trademark registrant, its or his registered trademark and market again the goods bearing the replaced trademark;
5. To use any signs which are identical or similar to another person¡¯s registered trademark as the name of the goods or decoration of the goods on the same or similar goods, thus misleading the public;
6. To intentionally provide facilities such as storage, transport, mailing, concealing, etc. for the purpose of infringing another person¡¯s exclusive right to use a registered trademark.