Attorneys in Tilleke & Gibbins’ intellectual property team in Bangkok have contributed to a new overview of patents, trademarks, copyright, and designs for Practical Law, which has published a Q&A guide to protection and enforcement of various intellectual property rights in jurisdictions around the world.
The overview of the main intellectual property rights in Thailand takes readers through the protection and enforcement of patents, utility models (that is, “petty patents” in Thailand), trademarks, copyright, and registered and unregistered designs. The section also includes guidance on regulations concerning trade secrets and confidential information in Thailand.
Practical Law, produced by Thomson Reuters, is the world’s leading legal resource for business lawyers, publishing a huge range of guides covering hundreds of jurisdictions and practice areas.
To read the full overview of intellectual property rights in Thailand, please visit the Practical Law website.