Bruce Lee’s daughter sues Real Kung Fu Fast Food for 210 million


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 Titanium Media App reported on August 25 that the case of Bruce Lee Co., Ltd. v. Shanghai Real Kung Fu Fast Food Management Co., Ltd., Guangzhou Real Kung Fu Catering Management Co., Ltd., and Guangzhou Real Kung Fu Fast Food Chain Management Co., Ltd. was held in Shanghai at 9:00 a.m. on the 25th. The Municipal Second Intermediate People's Court held a trial. The legal representative of the plaintiff company is Li Xiangning, the daughter of Bruce Lee. The company believes that the company legally enjoys various rights and interests related to Bruce Lee, and has successively registered nearly 60 trademarks related to Bruce Lee in mainland China. The unauthorized use of Bruce Lee's portrait by "Real Kung Fu" not only violated the personal dignity carried by the Bruce Lee portrait, but also violated the interests of property. In December 2019, the plaintiff formally filed a lawsuit with the Shanghai No. 2 Intermediate Court. The lawsuit disclosed at the time was: requiring "Real Kung Fu" to immediately stop using Bruce Lee's image, clarify on the media page for 90 consecutive days that it had nothing to do with Bruce Lee, and compensate 210 million yuan for economic losses. (Source: Shangguan News)

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