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Hong Kong trademarks and definitions
A trademark is a sign that distinguishes the goods and services of one trader from those of others. This sign must be capable of being represented graphically in order for it to be registered as a trademark. Registering gives you the exclusive right to use that trademark in relation to goods and services for which the mark is registered. Failing to register a trademark makes it possible for another business to use your name for its goods or services even if you have already registered it under that name.
Hong Kong patent law and definitions
The special administrative region of Hong Kong has a patent law, the Hong Kong Patents Ordinance (Chapter 514 of their IP Laws and Treaties). This is completely independent from the patent system in mainland China. Patent owners seeking to do business in China and Hong Kong have to go through two different registration procedures. Fortunately, the process of filing patents in Hong Kong is transparent and easy to understand.
Hong Kong copyright Law and the Berne Convention
On the surface, copyright law in Hong Kong differs little from that of other countries who are signatories of the Berne Convention. For example, copyright goes into effect the moment a creator makes their work. ‘Fair’ use of copyrighted material is also allowed. The Berne Convention has made copyright law easy to understand and enforce among its signatories.