As I have just come across a case where the importance of seals for signatures in China became an issue, I found a very to the point informative article on the subject, from Deshlaw in the US. Follow the link below for more.
Be aware that what may be considered an acceptable agreement online in the West, probably isn’t in China.
If you cannot pursue your interests, there is no real legal protection. The EUCJ decision in this case, where a company was originally denied access to information about the original infringement of its goods, marks a global need to find perpetrators and underlines the global aspect of copyright today.
Here a link to the article from William Fry on lexology.com
Not only has design furniture classics been heavily copied directly in the EU, to the point where sales were made from territories with less protection within the EU, to those territories where the classics were and are still protected. But these classics are now being copied in far away territories, perhaps in the hope that most will have forgotten the originals.
Here is a Danish article about Ralph Lauren’s take on Børge Mogensen’s classic chair no. 2224: