Challenging a Trademark Application

Thailand Trademark

The Trademark Act of B.E. 2534 (1991) provides that in order for a trademark to be registrable, it must be distinctive, not otherwise prohibited by the Act, and it must not be “identical or confusingly similar to another registered trademark.” Furthermore, Section 61(4) allows the right to petition the Trademark Board to cancel a trademark More...

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thai customs
By Legal Advisors On Friday, June 19th, 2015

Thai Customs: Prohibited and Restricted Goods

The Thai Customs Department regulates the importation and exportation of goods coming into and exiting Thailand. Within these regulations there are classes of goods which are heavily scrutinized. On class of products More...

Thai Nominees
By Legal Advisors On Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Crackdown on Thai Nominees in the Tourism Business

The tourism business in Thailand, although technically within the scope of the Foreign Business Act of 1999, is governed by its own specific law, namely the Tourism Business and Tour Guide Act of 2008. According More...