FAQ

FAQ

Which acts are the ones of infringement upon service trademarks?

The following acts are ones of infringement upon service trademarks:

(1)Using, without authorization, service trademarks identical with or similar to others' service trademarks for identical or similar services;

(2)Using, without authorization, words identical with or similar to others' service trademarks as names of service for identical or similar services in such a manner as to create confusions;

(3)Counterfeiting, making, without authorization, signs of service trademarks or selling signs of others' service trademarks that are counterfeited or made without authorization: The acts mainly refer to counterfeiting, making, without authorization, goods (e.g. tableware in restaurant and beverage industry) bearing signs of others' service trademarks used within the service industry or selling such goods that are counterfeited or made without authorization;

(4)Using advertisement, mass media or other means that guides consumption, or using, without authorization, service trademarks identical with or similar to others' service trademarks so as to create confusions;

(5)Deliberately making available convenient conditions to infringers by providing them with places, tools, auxiliary equipment and service staff to execute infringing acts and introducing clients (consumers); or doing so for infringers to warehouse, transport, post and hide goods bearing signs of service trademarks.

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