Vietnamese Trademark Law

Under Vietnamese intellectual property law, trademarks, service marks, collective marks and three-dimensional marks may be registered for periods of ten years. Trademark rights allot a registrant the exclusive right to use a mark to designate a particular class of goods or services. Both civil and criminal sanctions are available for parties seeking redress against violators of their trademark rights.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is the legislative basis for the trademark law of Vietnam?
What marks are registrable pursuant to Vietnamese law?
What remedies are available to parties seeking restitution for the violation of their trademarks?


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