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|Date & Time:||19-Feb-2018 08:00|
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|Details: Counterfeit Aircraft Components in Thailand: Legal Considerations|
Thailand’s recent upgrade from the United States Trade Representative’s Priority Watch List to the Watch List represents an official acknowledgement of the great strides Thailand has made in improving its practices for intellectual property protection and enforcement as it progresses toward the goal of Thailand 4.0. However, significant intellectual property issues still remain, such as the availability of counterfeit or improperly refurbished aircraft components in Thailand.
Tilleke & Gibbins will present the legal risks associated with the use of counterfeit aircraft components in Thailand. The use of counterfeit parts in the supply chain presents substantial risks to airlines, brand owners, MROs, and others―not to mention the flying public.
The presentation will cover a wide-ranging discussion on the strategies and legal options available to stakeholders in the aviation industry, including enforcement of IP rights, liability concerns, and legal escalation against infringers in Thailand.
About the speaker
Alec Wheatley is a consultant in Tilleke & Gibbins’ intellectual property group in Bangkok. He advises local and multinational companies on a wide range of intellectual property matters including registration, commercialization, and enforcement. Alec’s practice has an emphasis in the areas of digital media and brand protection. He seeks to provide creative solutions to difficult problems by crafting tailored strategies to fit the distinct needs of his clients.
Alec received his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and he obtained a Doctor of Jurisprudence with honors from the Golden Gate University School of Law. Alec is a U.S.-qualified attorney and is licensed to practice in the State of California.
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