Bruce Lee’s daughter sues Chinese fast food chain over image use

Shannon Lee, the daughter of kung fu icon Bruce Lee has sued a Chinese fast-food chain that allegedly uses her father’s image as its logo.This could turn out to be a bellwether case for Beijing’s promises to enhance intellectual property protection.

Shannon Lee is seeking 210 million yuan (30 million dollars) in compensation from popular Guangzhou-based chain Real Kungfu, according to the filing in Shanghai No.2 Intermediate People’s Court.

She is also asking that the company cease using the image of the legendary Hong Kong-American martial artist and actor.

Founded in the Guangdong provincial capital in 1990, Real Kungfu boasts of more than 600 outlets across theShe is also asking that the company cease using the image of the legendary Hong Kong-American martial artist and actor.

Founded in the Guangdong provincial capital in 1990, Real Kungfu boasts of more than 600 outlets across the countryShe is also asking that the company cease using the image of the legendary Hong Kong-American martial artist and actor.

Founded in the Guangdong provincial capital in 1990, Real Kungfu boasts of more than 600 outlets across the country

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