What is the Department of Intellectual Property?

The Department of Intellectual Property (the “DIP”) (in Thai: กรมทรัพย์สินทางปัญญา) is the government agency responsible for intellectual property (IP) matters, from creation to commercialization to protection against and suppression of IP violation to human resource development and to investment. To …

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Are Your IP Assets Giving You a Competitive Advantage in Thailand?

Intellectual property (IP) is increasingly recognized as a valuable, intangible asset that can give companies a competitive edge.  To best harness and exploit IP assets, however, it is essential to first identify the company’s IP assets and protect them appropriately. …

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Intellectual Property Rights

Thailand recognises intellectual property rights and, in general, intellectual property protection legislation is consistent with international practice, although there are local peculiarities. Thailand is a signatory to several international agreements and conventions pertaining to intellectual property rights. Despite this legislative …

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