KENFOX IP & Law Office > Posts tagged "IP rights"

Case Study 21 – Misplaced interpretation of due process requirement in the Philippines

A trade mark owner in the Philippines found out that a local retail shop had been selling counterfeit products that infringed his registered trade mark for quite some time and it wanted to stop this illicit activity which was incurring economic damages to his company....

Continue reading

Case Study 2 – Action against packaging design copies in Myanmar

Background A Dutch company, Company A, specialising in the production and distribution of professional sealants for commercial and home use, had registered ownership of its trade mark and packaging design for its growing sales of sealants in Myanmar. After several years of sales in Myanmar, they were alerted by their local distributor to the existence of competing products bearing similar packaging design, but with a different logo, on sale in Yangon and Mandalay by resellers of hardware products.  Action Taken Local attorneys worked closely with the local distributor of Company A to issue, cease and desist letters to resellers of the competing products....

Continue reading