James Evans, a senior consultant with the Tilleke & Gibbins intellectual property group and chair of the intellectual property committee of the European ASEAN Business Centre in Thailand (EABC), has authored a booklet that aims to deliver readers a concise and informative overview of intellectual property and trade-related issues in Thailand. James covers a broad spectrum of topics and illustrates with great accessibility the basic steps to commercialize intellectual property in Thailand. The guidebook is comprised of six chapters, each of which answers key questions in this area. The chapters and their respective topics include:
Chapter 1: Making the best use of your IP
Chapter 2: Recognizing and identifying your own IP
Chapter 3: Company set up and practical consequences
Chapter 4: A closer look at license agreements
Chapter 5: Protecting your commercial assets
Chapter 6: What to avoid and common mistakes made in IP commercialization
This book was published by the EABC, an organization that seeks to help European companies operating in Thailand and those who wish to establish their presence in both Thailand and ASEAN. The EABC provides trade-related information, carries out policy and advocacy work, and organizes key events to foster opportunities for European businesses in Thailand.