Shenzhen Ellassay Garment Co., Ltd. v. Wang X (Disputes over the Infringement of Trademark Rights)—Malicious Acquisition and Exercise of Trademark Rights are not Protected by Law

  • Shu TongEmail author
Part of the Library of Selected Cases from the Chinese Court book series (LSCCPC)


The principle of good faith is the basic principle that all market participants should follow, and it shall be observed in civil litigations. Any act that violates the legal purpose and spirit, aims at impairing the legitimate rights and interests of others and maliciously acquires and exercises trademark rights, constitutes the abuse of rights, and relevant claims cannot be protected and sustained by law.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of ChinaBeijingChina

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