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Protecting trademarks in Thailand

Protecting trademarks in Thailand

an anti-counterfeiting guide.

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Published by Baker & McKenzie in [Bangkok] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trademarks -- Law and legislation -- Thailand.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    ContributionsBaker & McKenzie.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 34 p. ;
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14531825M

    The protection of trademarks in Thailand is governed by the Trademark Act, B.E. (A.D. ), as amended by the Trademark Act (No.2) B.E. (A.D. ). Enforcement of Trademark rights is . Thailand prepares to accede to the Madrid Protocol. Recent amendments to Thailand’s Trademark Act were published in the Royal Gazette on April 29 Among the amendments is a new chapter on trademark registration which introduces a number of changes that will prepare the way for Thailand .

    Understanding trademark regulations in each country is important before considering registering or using a trademark outside the U.S. For example, in the U.S, trademark rights are based on actual use. Free trademark search tool in Thailand. If your trademark is available, our Thai attorneys will file and process your trademark registration in Thailand.

    IDG offer a full range of legal services for the registration, protection, commercialization, and enforcement of intellectual property and brand assets in Thailand. [email protected] + TRADEMARK PROTECTION. A fictional character, similar to a graphic character, cannot obtain trademark protection for its own protection, but may only be protected when the trademark indicates a Missing: Thailand.


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Protecting trademarks in Thailand Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Thailand, a registered trademark is protected for 10 years from the date of filing, and can be renewed every 10 years. The renewal application must be submitted 90 days before the expiration date of the. Unregistered trademarks are not well protected in Thailand.

Pursuant to Section 46 of the Trademark Act, the law explicitly states that “no person shall be entitled to bring legal proceedings Author: Franck Fougere. Trademark Protection in Thailand Ananda Intellectual Property can help protect your marks in Thailand, and worldwide.

Below are answers to frequently asked questions relating to protection of marks in Thailand. Our Guide to Trademark Application in Thailand.

In Thailand, a registered trademark is protected for 10 years from the date of filing, and can be renewed every 10 years. The renewal application must be submitted 90 days before the expiration date of the previous registration.

Any trademark which has been previously registered will easily be renewed. However, failure to reapply will result is forfeit of the trademark.

Accordingly, trademark law seeks to protect both consumers, by allowing them to identify the origin of products sold in the marketplace, and companies, by allowing them to enforce their trademark ownership rights. In Thailand, the basic trademark law is the Trademark.

Recorded copyrights provide protection against competing claims to a work's ownership and use. The copyright recordation process in Thailand involves filing the application, examination, acceptance of. Foreign trademarks are recognized in Thailand; however, the country’s trademark laws provide limited protection in such circumstances.

In order to be registered under the Thai Trademark Act, the trademark shall be distinctive. It is distinctive if it allows the public to distinguish those trademarked.

In cases where Thailand acceded to an international convention or agreement concerning trademark protection, the trademark application which is in compliance with the requirement of such international convention or agreement shall be deemed to be a trademark.

In Thailand, infringing Intellectual Property Rights is a criminal offense. It is important to safeguard your intellectual property. If someone has breached on those rights, knowing what to do next is already. For IP professionals. This is the portal for professionals working in the field of intellectual property.

Here you'll find direct access to all necessary resources. We provide comprehensive Trademarks Registration services in Thailand, including Trademark Application submission, Trademark Consultancy, Brand Name Verification, Logo Design and Trademark Analysis.

Out experts team will assist you with your intellectual property protection in Thailand. Thailand or a country party to a convention or an international agreement on trademark protection to which. Thailand is also a party and organized by a government agency, public enterprise or any other government unit of.

Thailand or the member country or recognized by the government of Thailand, the trademark. Trademarks started to play an important role with industrialization, and they have since become a key factor in the modern world of international trade and market-oriented economies.

Trademarks are used to identify a particular product or service. Often companies invest a significant amount of money in introducing and establishing a trademark. To protect this investment, it is essential to grant the exclusive use of this trademark for the investor.

In general, there are two different ways to protect a trademark in Thailand. Trademarks are protected by intellectual property rights. At the national/regional level, trademark protection can be obtained through registration, by filing an application for registration with the national/regional trademark.

Thailand - Protecting Intellectual Property Thailand-IPR Provides advice on IPR protection, including information on the registration of patents and trademarks.

Last Published: 8/9/ The intellectual property environment in Thailand. The IP office of Thailand is known as Department of Intellectual Property ‘DIP’ administered by Ministry of Commerce. PROTECTION OF TRADEMARKS IN THAILAND: National Registration – Direct Filing with National Trademark Office; International Registration – Through Madrid System for international trademark protection.

Trademark Registration in Thailand for business or service can give added advantage to your competitors. If you are looking for a legal firm that can provide Thai trademark search and approval.

IP Enforcement Statistics (Carlendar Year)(By the Royal Thai Police, the Department of Special Investigation and the Customs Department) January - March Inspections on 16th – 17th March. Siam Trademark is comprised of attorneys, consultants and investigators with decades of experience protecting intellectual property in Thailand.

Our services include: Trademarks: Search, Registration. Thailand is also a party to the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) and the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks (known as the Madrid System). Patent and trademark applicants may use these international systems for filing international patent and trademark applications for requesting protection in Thailand.A copyright protects an original artistic or literary work.

A patent protects an invention. For example, if you invent a new kind of vacuum cleaner, you would apply for a patent to protect the invention itself.

You .Trademarks and copyrights can happen to be overlapping. A logo trademark usually comprises an artistic work. Where copyright protection subsists, this provides rights that are valuable and additional to but quite different from those arising under the trademark law.

In Thailand, enforcement of a logo trademark .