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The Academic Seminar on Trademark Disputes of Online Games convened in CUPL

TIME : 2021-05-17 SOURCE :

The Academic Seminar on TrademarkDisputesof Online Games was convenedattheScientificResearch Building on the Xueyuan Road Campus of China University of Political Science and Law(“CUPL”)on May 15th, 2021. It was hosted bytheSchool of Juris Master andtheCenter for IPRInnovation and Competition Studiesin CUPL,and attended by many distinguished guests includingProf. Wang Taiping from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Prof. Du Ying from Central University of Finance and Economics, Prof. Jiao Heping from Northwest University of Political Science and Law, Prof. Li Yang and Associate Prof. Tao Qian from CUPL, Judge Yi Zhenchun fromthePeople's Court of Shijingshan District, Judge Guo Zhenhua and Judge Wang Qiluan fromthePeople's Court of Haidian District, and other court representatives. The experts discussed the protection of registered trademarks in the game field andthedifficultyinjudgment on confusing cases. More than 20 graduate students from CUPL also participated in it.

With the rapid development ofonline game industry,IPdisputesalso increase in recent years. Thisseminarfocused on the legal issues of trademarks in the field of online games, aimingtoprovide insights forall parties to regulate the use of trademarks and solve difficult and hot issues in judicial practice.Itstrengthened the communication and exchanges between academic research institutions and judicial departments on trialsof complex and difficult IP cases, providing an important opportunity for judicialpracticeto draw lessons from theoretical research andoffering practicalmaterialsfortheoretical research.

The Academic Seminar on TrademarkDisputesof Online Games was convenedattheScientificResearch Building on the Xueyuan Road Campus of China University of Political Science and Law(“CUPL”)on May 15th, 2021. It was hosted bytheSchool of Juris Master andtheCenter for IPRInnovation and Competition Studiesin CUPL,and attended by many distinguished guests includingProf. Wang Taiping from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Prof. Du Ying from Central University of Finance and Economics, Prof. Jiao Heping from Northwest University of Political Science and Law, Prof. Li Yang and Associate Prof. Tao Qian from CUPL, Judge Yi Zhenchun fromthePeople's Court of Shijingshan District, Judge Guo Zhenhua and Judge Wang Qiluan fromthePeople's Court of Haidian District, and other court representatives. The experts discussed the protection of registered trademarks in the game field andthedifficultyinjudgment on confusing cases. More than 20 graduate students from CUPL also participated in it.

With the rapid development ofonline game industry,IPdisputesalso increase in recent years. Thisseminarfocused on the legal issues of trademarks in the field of online games, aimingtoprovide insights forall parties to regulate the use of trademarks and solve difficult and hot issues in judicial practice.Itstrengthened the communication and exchanges between academic research institutions and judicial departments on trialsof complex and difficult IP cases, providing an important opportunity for judicialpracticeto draw lessons from theoretical research andoffering practicalmaterialsfortheoretical research.

The Academic Seminar on TrademarkDisputesof Online Games was convenedattheScientificResearch Building on the Xueyuan Road Campus of China University of Political Science and Law(“CUPL”)on May 15th, 2021. It was hosted bytheSchool of Juris Master andtheCenter for IPRInnovation and Competition Studiesin CUPL,and attended by many distinguished guests includingProf. Wang Taiping from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Prof. Du Ying from Central University of Finance and Economics, Prof. Jiao Heping from Northwest University of Political Science and Law, Prof. Li Yang and Associate Prof. Tao Qian from CUPL, Judge Yi Zhenchun fromthePeople's Court of Shijingshan District, Judge Guo Zhenhua and Judge Wang Qiluan fromthePeople's Court of Haidian District, and other court representatives. The experts discussed the protection of registered trademarks in the game field andthedifficultyinjudgment on confusing cases. More than 20 graduate students from CUPL also participated in it.

With the rapid development ofonline game industry,IPdisputesalso increase in recent years. Thisseminarfocused on the legal issues of trademarks in the field of online games, aimingtoprovide insights forall parties to regulate the use of trademarks and solve difficult and hot issues in judicial practice.Itstrengthened the communication and exchanges between academic research institutions and judicial departments on trialsof complex and difficult IP cases, providing an important opportunity for judicialpracticeto draw lessons from theoretical research andoffering practicalmaterialsfortheoretical research.

The Academic Seminar on TrademarkDisputesof Online Games was convenedattheScientificResearch Building on the Xueyuan Road Campus of China University of Political Science and Law(“CUPL”)on May 15th, 2021. It was hosted bytheSchool of Juris Master andtheCenter for IPRInnovation and Competition Studiesin CUPL,and attended by many distinguished guests includingProf. Wang Taiping from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Prof. Du Ying from Central University of Finance and Economics, Prof. Jiao Heping from Northwest University of Political Science and Law, Prof. Li Yang and Associate Prof. Tao Qian from CUPL, Judge Yi Zhenchun fromthePeople's Court of Shijingshan District, Judge Guo Zhenhua and Judge Wang Qiluan fromthePeople's Court of Haidian District, and other court representatives. The experts discussed the protection of registered trademarks in the game field andthedifficultyinjudgment on confusing cases. More than 20 graduate students from CUPL also participated in it.

With the rapid development ofonline game industry,IPdisputesalso increase in recent years. Thisseminarfocused on the legal issues of trademarks in the field of online games, aimingtoprovide insights forall parties to regulate the use of trademarks and solve difficult and hot issues in judicial practice.Itstrengthened the communication and exchanges between academic research institutions and judicial departments on trialsof complex and difficult IP cases, providing an important opportunity for judicialpracticeto draw lessons from theoretical research andoffering practicalmaterialsfortheoretical research.