Combat grey market goods in the US
Case law surrounding grey market goods is still developing in the United States, but Ronald Dove and Hope Hamilton suggest some practical strategies for successfully preventing their importation and distribution
Grey market goods, also known as parallel imports, are genuine products protected by copyright, trade mark or patent rights that are imported into a country without the authority of the IP rights owner in that country. It is estimated that...
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