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Addressing Grey Market Sales into the US

Published in Managing Intellectual Property
Article | November 2006

Companies not domiciled in the United States that own US trade mark registrations often face difficulties in enforcing their US trade mark rights against the importation of grey market products bearing their registered US trade marks. Difficulties may be encountered because certain protection afforded to the trade mark owner under US law may only be available where the US trade mark registrations are owned by an entity existing under the laws of the United States.

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