So, I was really excited that the new Millennium Falcon Lego set was coming out, and when I tried to search for it, I found oodles of counterfeits, including this company named Lepin (out of China, naturally) that even aped the Lego logo. I knew Chinese companies were copying stuff, but I had no idea there were so many Lego knock offs. After a little Googling, it appears that Lego is trying to get Lepin stopped, but since it's a Chinese company, and China doesn't care about IP issues, I doubt it will happen. Still weird. I guess when you have a country that big, with no qualms about copying stuff, you're bound to get stuff like children's (aka grown men like me ) toys copied. The fact that this is happening (and that they have set up entire Apple stores that are exact replicas, and so many other counterfeits) makes me wonder how the rest of the world is going to deal with it. Block trade? Tariffs? I don't know how the rest of the world can stop them if they're in another country. Anyone know anything about how this works, or what the IP world is saying about future plans?