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Thailand Update: Supreme Court decisions indicate acronyms can be distinctive

In Thailand, trademark applicants often encounter rejections on the grounds of non-distinctiveness, where the application is principally composed of an acronym or a combination of unpronounceable letters. However recently, there have been several Thai Supreme Court decisions indicating the Thai Trademark Office’s position on letter combinations should be modified.

Read more at: https://www.spruson.com/thailand-update-supreme-court-decisions-indicate-acronyms-can-be-distinctive/

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