The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) has placed Thailand on its Priority Watch List (PWL) every year since 2007 due to the
Online copyright infringement is a widespread problem. Infringing content that is uploaded to the Internet in one jurisdiction can be easily accessed
Parallel importsthat is, genuine, noncounterfeit products imported into a country without permission of the intellectual property ownerare a
The Internet has made access to a plethora of content readily available across the world. Search engines, such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, and AOL, have
Thailand's Copyright Act B.E. 2537 (1994) came into force on March 21, 1995. Over the course of the nearly 20 years since its passing, the Act had
It is very common for copyright owners to take action against those who are violating their rights by creating or distributing pirated works. In
The Vietnamese government recently enacted a new regulation on administrative sanctions in cases of industrial property infringement. Decree No
Company directors can be held liable for software copyright violations in their businesses, even if they are unaware that software piracy is taking place
The current Copyright Act B.E. 2537 (1994) has been in force for 18 years.
Infringement of intellectual property rights (IPRs) continues to be a major area of concern for international brand owners operating in Vietnam.