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Infringers: Profanity War

Issued: May 31 2018

For the past decade, Asia IP has covered numerous trademark infringement cases. Some have simply been outrageous with a smart use of language and loophole. The aftermath of those cases can linger for a long, long time. Johnny Chan reports.

 

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