The Manual of Industrial Property, Supplement No. 168, 2016, published by Kluwer Law, provides an overview of industrial property across multiple jurisdictions worldwide. The Thailand chapter of the guide, coauthored by Darani Vachanavuttivong, co-managing partner and managing director of the intellectual property department at Tilleke & Gibbins, and Dr. Jakkrit Kuanpoth, Of Counsel in the firm, examines the following main subjects in detail, among others:
- Patents: Types of patents, duration of patents, patentability, novelty, requirements and procedures, and specific aspects of regional patents and international patent applications
- Trademarks: Duration of registration, color marks, three-dimensional marks, collective marks, certification marks, associated marks, series of marks, and procedures
- Utility Models: Conventions and legislation, registration, requirements for renewal, novelty, assignment, nullity and lapse, use requirement, marking, licenses, infringement, enforcement, and fees
- Industrial Designs and Models: Convention Establishing the WIPO Convention, Paris Convention, Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, the Patent Act
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