August 24, 2016

Global Patent Litigation 2016 – Thailand Chapter

Kluwer Law

The 2016 update of Global Patent Litigation  provides a comprehensive overview of patent law and litigation in six jurisdictions. It covers how a patentee can enforce a patent and what pitfalls and remedies exist to make informed decisions when litigating. The Thailand chapter of the guide, written by lawyers at Tilleke & Gibbins, delves into applicable laws such as the Patent Act; entitlement; scope of protection including claims, descriptions, and drawings; direct and indirect infringement; defenses to infringement including invalidity, research-related exemptions, the Bolar exception, and licenses; bringing an infringement action in the IP&IT Court; limitation periods; competent courts; provisional measures; evidence; proceedings on the merit; customs seizures; remedies; and criminal enforcement.

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