Practical Law: Patent Litigation in Thailand 2020

Thomson Reuters Practical Law

July 17, 2020

Practical Law has published an updated online version of Patent Litigation in Thailand: Overview,  a Q&A-style guide that provides detailed overviews of courtroom and litigation procedure as it relates to patent dispute resolution. The Thailand overview is one of 33 such guides to jurisdictions worldwide, covering key practical issues related to the legal environment for patent litigation.

The Thailand section of the guide was coauthored by Nandana Indananda, partner, Piyawat Kayasit, attorney-at-law, and Siraprapha Claassen, consultant, and it discusses the following main issues:

  • Sources of law
  • Court system
  • Substantive law
  • Parties to litigation
  • Enforcement options
  • Competition and anti-trust
  • Procedure in civil courts
  • Preliminary relief
  • Final remedies
  • Appeal procedure
  • Litigation costs
  • Reform

Practical Law, produced by Thomson Reuters, is the world’s leading legal know-how resource for business lawyers, publishing a huge range of guides covering hundreds of jurisdictions and practice areas.

The full Patent Litigation in Thailand: Overview  chapter can be accessed on the Practical Law website.

 

Reproduced from Practical Law with permission of the publishers. For further information, visit www.practicallaw.com.