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Rotork Successfully Defends Intellectual Property Rights in China

In landmark rulings in the Shanghai People’s Court of China Rotork has successfully defended its internationally recognized trademark and copyright to its intellectual property following infringements by the copier company Shanghai Autork Digital Instrument Co. Ltd. (Autork) also known as Greatork. The Court also found Autork guilty of engaging in unfair competition through the use of false publicity for which they were fined the maximum amount permitted by the court. Furthermore Autork was ordered by the courts to cease these infringements with immediate effect.

 

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15 SPR CVRInside the Spring 2015 issue…

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