April 19, 2011

Getting the Black Market to Knock It Off: Enforcing Trademark Rights in Thailand (Part I of II)

Asialaw IP Review

Intellectual property rights owners are increasingly feeling the pressure and seeing revenue losses due to competition from the counterfeit goods that are invading the global market. The global society also suffers from the physical and emotional pain of the countless people—many of them children—who are either slaves to these criminal black marketers or victims of their faulty products. Part I of this two-part feature introduces the issues.

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Edward Kelly
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