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IndonesiaBringing an action for passing-off in Indonesia

Unlike common law jurisdictions, Indonesia has no tort of passing-off. Instead, IP owners are trying to find ways of using statutory remedies to seek relief from rivals who steal their goodwill. But as Benhard Paul Sibarani, A Yulianto Nurmansyah and Michelle Dahl explain, despite a series of new laws, the legal hurdles to bringing a claim for passing off remain high

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