South Korea – officially the Republic of Korea – is one of UK Trade and Investment’s priority high growth markets. Bilateral trade between South Korea and Britain now stands at more than £5 billion a year.
If you plan to do business in the Republic of Korea, or if you are already trading there, it is essential to know how to use, guard and enforce the rights you have over the intellectual property (IP) that you or your business own.
This guide explains about IP rights in general, and gives guidance on how to apply these principles in the South Korean market. It describes the issues you may face with IP infringement in South Korea, offers advice on how you can effectively tackle these, and provides links to sources of further help.
for Further information about Managing IP overseas visit the Intellectual Property Office website
Topics: Protecting IP Abroad