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China sports firm illegally used Michael Jordan’s name but did not violate image rights, top court rules

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s efforts to honour intellectual property rights outlined in the phase-one trade deal with the United States appear to be filtering through, at least in part, after its Supreme Court ruled in favour of six-time NBA champion Michael Jordan.The decision overruled two earlier lower court rulings, finding that Fujian-based Qiaodan Sports had used Jordan’s name in Chinese, Qiao Dan, illegally, according to the verdict published last month.Qiaodan Sports’ logo features a silhouette of a…

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China’s efforts to honour intellectual property rights outlined in the phase-one trade deal with the United States appear to be filtering through, at least in part, after its Supreme Court ruled in favour of six-time NBA champion Michael Jordan.The decision overruled two earlier lower court rulings, finding that Fujian-based Qiaodan Sports had used Jordan’s name in Chinese, Qiao Dan, illegally, according to the verdict published last month.Qiaodan Sports’ logo features a silhouette of a…

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