Preventing Export of Infringing Goods through Customs Training Programs in Tianjin
In June 2012, attorneys from Chang Tsi & Partners recently traveled to Tianjin Customs to conduct training programs about customs protection on IPR together their brand representatives for our client, an internationally well-known Japanese-inspired lifestyle brand. Thanks to the training, customs officials have learned more about the trademarks owned by our client and improved their ability to detect infringing goods that infringe upon the exclusive rights of our client. Chang Tsi & Partners recommends customs recordals and customs training as part of a comprehensive strategy to stop IPR infringement in China.
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