International law firms fall victim to China's trademark squatters
Squire Patton Boggs, Norton Rose Fulbright and Osborne Clarke have been fighting trademark battles over the use of their name in China
China’s trademark squatters, notorious entities that register the marks of known brands in the hopes of profiting off the name or extracting money from the brand owner, are now targeting big law firms.
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