How To Protect Your IP Rights In Myanmar

Law360, New York (November 14, 2012, 12:34 PM EST) -- With the relaxation of sanctions regimes around the world in 2012, Myanmar offers opportunities for both small businesses and the largest and most recognized companies around the world. Large or small, companies are finding that Myanmar’s intellectual property laws generally do not recognize their trademarks and other property. It is necessary to take steps locally to establish and protect IP rights. Implementation of a strategy for protective measures should be at the top of the list of actions for companies considering entry into this opening market....
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