26 July 2016

Amendments to Trademark Act Bring Greater Efficiency

In Thailand, new amendments to the country’s trademark system will bring greater efficiency to trademark owners when registering their trademark rights. Taking effect on 28 July, amendments to the Trademark Act will now allow multi-class applications, set new official fees, and shorten registration procedures and grace period for renewal. Accession to the Madrid Protocol, which would allow international trademark applications, is still pending until a separate Royal Decree is issued given an effective date.

Thailand remains one of the most important markets in ASEAN and continued efforts by the government to enhance the trademark system will attract more trademark owners to file and obtain their trademark rights.

For inquiries concerning changes to the Trademark Act in Thailand or our fee quotation, please contact Titirat Wattanachewanopakorn, or Nuttaphol Arammuang.

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On 1 December 2022, KPMG and ZICO Law entered into an agreement under which a number of law firms and teams from the ZICO Law network have joined the KPMG network of firms.

The deal will see more than 275 lawyers join over 2,900 legal professionals in the KPMG global organization, creating a significant legal footprint across Asia. It will offer legal services and solutions, a globally connected legal services platform, and specialists who work with leading technology providers to modernize legal functions across organizations. The strategic combination increases the total number of legal professionals in the KPMG network to over 3,750 across 84 jurisdictions. You may read the press release here.

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