This article by Pawarit Lertdhamtewe discusses the correlation between Development in Thailand and Intellectual Property, specifically in reference to plant variety protection and agricultural practice protection in Thailand.
This article by New York University professor Frank Murger addresses the relationship between human rights activism and the lawyering process in Thailand. The article begins with the premise that litigation, as a means to achieve social activism objectives is often met with skeptician by the NGO community and social change advocates themselves. The article explains specific case studies Thailand, regarding the success along with the risks and short comings, of attempting social change through the judicial process.
Human Rights Standards for the Protection of Intellectual Property: Traditional Knowledge and Indigenous Resources (Part II) by Panumas Kudngaongarm, originally published in the Sukhothai Thammatirat Law Journal deals with traditional, indigenous and genetic resources from developing countries to developed countries.
China’s Go-out Strategy: Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in Thailand by Pittaya Suvakunta originally published in the Thammasat Review deals with China’s investment in Thailand, its motives, and potential opportunities.
The article explores the use of an Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanism in ASEAN, the reasons why it is popular in Thailand, an overview of mediation in Thailand, relevant legal issues, and its possible arbitration role.
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