“ Burberry no longer holds exclusive rights to its iconic tan, black and red tartan known as the “Haymarket Check” in China, after the country’s national trademark office revoked the company’s copyright of the design last week.”
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“ Wall Street Journal (blog) How Burberry Lost its Tartan Trademark on Leather Goods in China Wall Street Journal (blog) In one of the more noteworthy intellectual property defeats for a foreign brand in China, Burberry this month lost the Chinese...”
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