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May 3, 2011

Government Considers Landlord Liability

Managing Intellectual Property

The Thai government has introduced proposed amendments to the Trademark Act and the Copyright Act that would hold landlords of commercial buildings liable for turning a blind eye to tenants who sell counterfeit, imitative, and pirated goods. This would allow authorities to target malls and commercial buildings that are notorious for hosting sellers of counterfeit and pirated products.

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