Can Michael Jordan Win in a Chinese Court?

Former NBA superstar Michael Jordan has sued a Chinese sportswear company in China, claiming it is using his Chinese name without his permission. Horace Lam, a Jones Day partner who represents multinational companies in enforcing their intellectual property rights in Asia, tells Bloomberg Law's Josh Block that Jordan has a big challenge making his claim, and may be better off settling than taking the case to a court decision.



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