|November 28, 2011||
Business Methods and Computer Programs: Patentable? (Publication)
James Evans, Siraprapha Rungpry
In the last couple of years the U.S., the U.K., and Europe have been considering whether business methods and computer programs can be patentable. A patent typically protects an invention that is...
|May 31, 2013||
Recently, consumer interest in purchasing residential homes in Thailand has skyrocketed. In response to this, developers have launched numerous residential development projects catering to both...
|May 13, 2010||
Cadeaux aux fonctionnaires: Est-ce normal? (Publication)
This French-language article examines Thai law in relation to giving gifts to public officials. Such gift-giving is permissible in certain circumstances, but caution is necessary in order to avoid...
|May 1, 2010||
Campaign Against Fake Cosmetics Launched (Publication)
Thomas J. Treutler, Tuyen Thi Hong Le
On March 19, 2010, the Drug Administration of Vietnam issued a notification to request that local Departments of Health in all cities and provinces of Vietnam step up the inspection and...
|October 30, 2008||
In Plasco, Inc. v. Thantri Meethikulchanun, the Dika Court considered the IP&IT Court’s dismissal of the plaintiff’s complaint, which had been based on the reasoning that the...
|July 27, 2010||
Cancellation of a Registered Trademark by a Registrar (Publication)
In Thailand, Registrars seeking to solve the problem of a mistakenly registered trademark may call upon the solution in Section 61 of the Thai Trademark Act, which permits the Board of Trademarks...
|July 14, 2008||
Carabao and Red Bull Unlock Horns (Publication)
This article describes a multijurisdictional dispute between Carabao Tawandang Company Limited and Red Bull GmbH, both of which are large producers of energy drinks. Red Bull launched oppositions...
|July 19, 2010||
Case Studies Reveal Pitfalls of Patent Filings (Publication)
When an applicant lacks a true understanding of the intended purpose of the patent system, has little or no experience in drafting a specification, and is not knowledgeable in patent laws and...
|May 2, 2011||
Changes in Patent Office Practice Affect Pharmaceuticals (Publication)
The Thai Patent Office has recently implemented two changes in its practice that could have a significant impact on applicants for pharmaceutical patents. These changes include a revised...
|August 15, 2008||
Chief Values Officer: My Definition (Publication)
In this age of amazing technological advancements, broadband information overload, anxiety, turmoil, extremes, diversions, and hope, a Chief Values Officer (CVO) of an organization is the guardian...