Trademark Counterfeiting: A Comparative Legal Analysis on Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights and Border Measures
PhD student: Ms K. Mohamed
Promotor: Mrs Prof A. Firth
Duration: 5/12/2007 - 4/12/2010
PhD defence: Newcastle, 15/12/2011
This study aims to examine in depth under comparative method, the substantive and procedural law of the enforcement systems of IP laws in Malaysia and the United Kingdom concerning the offence of counterfeiting. Other relevant international and regional legal rules (eg: EC Regulation 1383/2003) will also be examined. The purpose is to find out proposals and ways for possible recommendations to adapt the most suitable model of enforcement mechanisms or its equivalent for Malaysian purpose.