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Lawrence Kogan on Hong Kong's Draft Infant Formula & Complementary Foods Marketing Code Violates WTO Law (Part 3 of 3) (PDF)

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Part 3 discusses how the Draft HK Code's prohibitions and restrictions on the use of trademarks, trade names, logos, symbols, etc. (word marks and non-word marks) in informational/educational materials about branded products and infant and young child feeding, on product containers and labels, and in general public promotional activities, including advertising, violate the WTO Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights Agreement.

 

Lawrence A. Kogan, Esq. is Managing Principal of The Kogan Law Group, P.C., a New York City-based multidisciplinary legal services firm, and President/Director of the Institute for Trade, Standards and Sustainable Development (ITSSD) (www.itssd.org) that is a globally recognized NGO for reporting and analysis of the growing influence of evolving foreign and international public interest rules on private property rights and the American free enterprise and common law systems.

 

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