29 October 2019
Counterfeiting is the practice of manufacturing goods and selling them under a trade mark without the trade mark owner’s permission. Counterfeit goods are normally of a substandard quality and can easily become faulty, damaging the brand owner’s reputation. This document explores counterfeiting, prevention, legal measures in place, and what to do if someone has counterfeited your products.
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