You are using an outdated browser and your browsing experience will not be optimal. Please update to the latest version of Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. Install Microsoft Edge

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.

Kluwer Law is a leading legal publisher that caters to the global business community.

RELATED INSIGHTS​

en_USEnglish