Ruey-Sen Tsai of Lee and Li, Attorneys-at-Law

Ruey-Sen Tsai of Lee and Li, Attorneys-at-Law

Ruey-Sen got his LL.B. degree from National Taiwan University and his LL.M. degree from Cornell Law School, and is qualified for practice in Taiwan as a lawyer, patent attorney and arbitrator.

He focuses his practice in trademarks, patents, copyrights, domain names trade secrets, trade dress and other intellectual property disputes, and has been recognized as one of the leading IP lawyers in Taiwan by several independent surveys.

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Application for the Chinese Translation of a Foreign Trademark as a Trademark with Knowledge of Likelihood of Confusion Considered in Bad Faith

Chinese (Mandarin) is the national language in Taiwan.  To expand the market in Taiwan, many foreign companies will select the Chinese translation or transliteration of their foreign brands as locally used brands (trademarks) so that the consumers in Taiwan may identify more easily.  However, in Chinese language, one character may have multiple pronunciations or meanings.  … Continue Reading
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