We focus on the enforcement of trademark rights, particularly those used against counterfeiters, or those who use unauthorized trademarks of another. We examine the concept of extraterritorial enforcement of trademark rights—the extending of enforcement across national borders—and reviewing how different countries and jurisdictions view this concept or even allow it.
Kari Kammel, Matthew Azim-Kramer, Daniel Duquet, and Lillie Patterson,
Trademark Counterfeiting Enforcement Beyond Borders: The Complexities of Enforcing Trademark Rights Extraterritorially in a Global Marketplace with Territorial-Based Enforcement,
33 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 595
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