Netease Entertainment reported on March 15 that Hong Kong singer Deng Ziqi broke out a contract dispute with the brokerage company Hummingbird Music, which led to a dispute over the ownership of the title Deng Ziqi and the song. If the lawsuit goes badly, she may lose 11 years of hard work. Although she kept a low profile recently, she wrote on Weibo on the 14th, emphasizing that her name was Deng Ziqi, showing a strong attitude of defending her rights and interests.
Hummingbird Music applied for the Deng Ziqi trademark on September 5, 2014. Now it has the legal ownership of the name and can be used together until 2025, which makes fans worry that Deng Ziqis efforts will be held in the hands of the company. Hummingbird CEO Zhang Dan came out on the 14th to explain that at first the name was registered to prevent piracy, but I did not expect this to happen, and then to consult lawyers how to deal with it.
As for Deng Ziqi, only through the current broker recently responded: Lawyers have been entrusted to fight for and defend the basic rights they should have. He remained silent after that. However, Deng Ziqi also emphasized in his micro-blog promotional activities on the 14th that he was Deng Ziqi, Deng Ziqi and Deng Ziqi in the text, and clearly expressed three times about important things and expressed his determination to defend his artistic name. (ETtoday/article)
Source: Netease Entertainment Responsible Editor: Li Si_NBJ11322