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3月 7, 2011
A Thai factory located in Lam Luk Ka district, Pathum Thani province, was raided by the police, leading to the seizure of thousands of automotive-related products, including counterfeit engine oils, plastic engine oil containers, cardboard boxes, labels, and even foil seals that cover the tops of engine oil containers. All of the seized items bore trademarks belonging to Honda Motor (Japan) and other leading companies.
3月 8, 2011
An online company in the business of selling counterfeit products, including those of the well-known Korean makeup brands Lotree, Etude, Skinfood, and Baviphat, was the subject of coordinated raids carried out by the Department of Special Investigation of Thailand. The company stocked its counterfeit products in three different locations across two Thai provinces. The first site was a stockroom, while the others were three-story commercial buildings.
3月 9, 2011
A Thai company that was formerly an authorized licensee of PGA TOUR, Inc., a well-known organizer of professional golf tournaments, continued to distribute PGA TOUR apparel products bearing PGA TOUR trademarks after the agreement was legitimately terminated. The distributed products were identical to the originals but were deemed to be infringing products because the trademark owner’s authorization had ended with the termination of the licensing agreement.
3月 11, 2011
HappyCall is a well-known Korean kitchenware manufacturer. A Thai TV shopping network began to run advertisements for a company offering counterfeit HappyCall frying pans for sale. In addition, the infringer offered the counterfeit frying pans for sale on its website and offered to deliver them in person to its customers.
4月 8, 2011
4月 19, 2011
Due to their unique design, HAVAIANAS flip-flop sandals have become very popular among Thai people and tourists, especially at tourist attractions and beach areas. This has resulted in the widespread distribution of counterfeit HAVAIANAS sandals across Thailand. The counterfeit products use similar, infringing designs, and are offered at prices which are three to four times lower than genuine HAVAIANAS sandals, but with very inferior quality.
4月 19, 2011
4月 19, 2011