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zarin taslima
Jul 17, 2022
In Fashion Forum
Often a commodity, the person who buys it says that it is a counterfeit product, and the person who sells it says that I am selling the genuine product. On this part of the issue, the position of the Intellectual Property Office is as follows: Regarding the identification of genuine imitations, it involves the trademark owner's own production of products, and usually the manufacturer may add the authenticity identification code or product code on its products. All of this is not the information obtained by company banner design the Bureau, please contact trademark owner. To put it simply, only the trademark owner has the means to identify whether this product is genuine or counterfeit. Just imagine, LV's brand-name bags should be called by GUCCI to send someone to identify the authenticity? Naturally, only LV has the ability to judge whether this bag is produced by itself, because details such as leather, stitching, construction methods, and anti-counterfeiting design are usually regarded as company business secrets, and outsiders will not know. In this way, it is not the buyer or the seller that decides whether a commodity is a genuine imitation, but is determined by the trademark owner. 3. In order to avoid being accused of accidentally selling counterfeit goods, how can you protect yourself in advance? If you still accidentally sell counterfeit goods, and the buyer rages to sue for fraud and the trademark owner suing for violation of the trademark law, you feel that you are also a victim, then how can you protect yourself? This part involves the issue of subjective offense, that is to say, "Do you know if it is a counterfeit product when it is sold right now?" At this time, it is usually seen from several aspects:
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