Original title: Mei Qiming sued the judge in the “Anita Mui” case: Don’t carry a suit of legal fees
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Sohu Entertainment News According to Hong Kong media reports, the late female star Anita Mui’s brother Mei Qiming accused the film production company Anle Films of the “Anita Mui” biographical film of the same name infringing the trademark case in the High Court of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region today (25th). Mei Qiming claimed to hold the trademarks of ‘Anita Mui’ and ‘Anita Mui’, and “Anita Mui” used the trademarks without his consent.
The film company disclosed that it had applied for the case to be dropped. Judge Lu Qikang explained the film company’s rationale to Mei Qiming, but Mei Qiming expressed disapproval and revealed that he would apply for legal aid. However, Mei Qiming claimed that he was under great pressure from his mother and outsiders to postpone the case, and insisted that he had the Chinese and English name trademark of ‘Anita Mui’, which could not be embezzled. Lu Guan pointed out that the relevant laws were very clear, and he gave Mei Qiming one last chance to contact a lawyer to postpone the case until July 25.
Judge Lu Qikang explained to Mei Qiming, who was not represented by a lawyer, that the reasons for the Anle film, including the two registered trademarks of Mei Qiming, only involved jewelry and watches, and had nothing to do with the movie. As for another trademark that Mei Qiming is applying for, it involves goods and services, and services include publishing, but the application has not been approved.Return to Sohu, see more
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