Japan Brand Counterfeiting & Trademark Infringement Report, 2018

Report Description

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Table of

Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Counterfeiting in Fourth Industrial Revolution
  2.  The State of Counterfeiting
  3. Globalization-A Double-Edged Sword
  4. Manufacturing Outsourcing- A Blessing in Disguise
  5.  E-Commerce- A New Platform for Counterfeiters
  6. Case Laws
    1. Gucci vs. Alibaba
    2. Cartier International Ag & Others vs Gaurav Bhatia & Ors
  7. The other side of the e-Commerce industry
  8. Social Counterfeiting- Counterfeiting and Social Media 
  9. Future Threat – 3D printing & Counterfeiting
  10. Luxury Brands & Celebrity Endorsement
    1. The insignia
    2. History of celebrity’s promotion
    3. Is there any medium as connected as Internet?
    4. Graph from the Global Advertisement Report
    5. We don’t sell it; we provoke you to buy it
    6. Average age globally
    7. The Tags, Hashtags & Search
    8. Fast Fashion
    9. Adverse effects of Social Media
    10. Recommendation
  11. The Illicit Value Chains
  12. Trade Routes of Counterfeited 
    1. Clothing and Textile
    2. Footwear
    3. Cosmetics and Perfumes
    4. Leather Article and Handbags
  13. Analysis- Legal Agreements and Treaties
    1. TRIPS
    2. ACTA
    3. EU Directives and Regulations
      1. EU- E-Commerce Directive
      2. EU Customs Regulations
  14. Analysis - Secondary Liabilities
    1. Auction Sites
    2. Internet service providers
  15. Analysis of Luxury Markets & their respective legal frameworks on Counterfeiting
    1. China
      1. Faults in Chinese Trademark Registration
      2. Legal Framework
  16. E-Commerce law

  17. Japan – Trademark & Anti-Counterfeiting laws & frameworks

List of

Graphs

List of Graphs

1. Losses Suffered due to Counterfeiting (USD Billion) From 2001-2020

 2. Losses due to Counterfeiting in Selected Sectors (USD Billion) From 2002-2020

 3. Shares of seizures by IP-infringing category-2017

 4. No. of Internet Users (Millions) From 2005-2017

 5. Growth in Estimated Value of Counterfeited Goods (Billion USD) From 2008-2017

 6. Global Merchandise exports and Imports (current US$) From 1960-2017

 7. Value of Seized Goods by Reporting Economy

 8. Average Percentage Share of global physical counterfeiting from 2011-2017

 9. Total Annualized Outsourcing Contract Value (USD million) and its Growth From 2013-2017

 10. Percent of Companies that Outsource by Sector - 2017

 11. Percentage Distribution of the Countries as per Income Level

 12. The percentage share of a follower’s in Countries as per the Region

 13. Distribution of Population by Income Level

 14. Average Age by Region

 15. Average Age by Income Group

 16. Budget to reach potential customer (per Day in USD)

 17. Market Size of Global E-commerce Business From 2012-2017

 18. Most Frequent Brand Name Used in online Counterfeiting

 19. Top five countries involved in online sales of counterfeit items

 20. Authenticated and Illicit Post on Social Media

 21. Percentage Share in Mode of Communication on Social Media Counterfeiting

 22. Leading Uses of 3D Printing in 2015, 2016 and 2017

 23. 3D Printer Shipment from 2013-2017

 24. Source and Destination of Counterfeit Clothes and Textile

 25. Source and Destination of Counterfeit Footwear

 26. Source and Destination of Counterfeit Cosmetics and Perfumes

 27. Source and Destination of Counterfeit Leather Articles and Handbags

 28. Source, Destination and Transit points of trade in illicit goods

 29. IPR Detentions by Number of Cases and Articles in EU From 2007-2017

 35. Trademark Application and Registration in Japan from 2007-2017

 40. Blueprint of TAG Heuer Mikrograph Caliber 560

 41. Global Market of Logistic Services-2017

 42. Evolution of the global personal goods luxury from 2012-2017(in Billion Euro)

 43. Penetration of Countries in online luxury sales globally-2017

Countries Analysed

Japan

A Complete Analysis of 10 Countries

Companies Mentioned

 

  1. Christian Louboutin
  2. Michael Kors
  3. Ferragamo
  4. Givenchy
  5. Burberry
  6. YSL
  7. Tods/Roger Vivier
  8. Valentino
  9. Armani
  10. Bvlgari
  11. Ray-ban
  12. Hermes
  13. Celine
  14. Gucci
  15. Alibaba
  16. LV
  17. Tiffany
  18. Rolex
  19. Tag Heuer
  20. Chanel
  21. Nike
  22. Versace
  23. Dior
  24. Prada
  25. Fendi
  26. Mars
  27. Swarovski
  28. Cartier International Ag.
  29. E-commerce Platforms

  30. Alibaba
  31. Taobao
  32. Aliexpress
  33. eBay
  34. Amazon
  35. Social Media/Networking

  36. Instagram
  37. WhatsApp
  38. Google
  39. Yahoo
  40. Facebook
  41. WeChat
  42. Blackberry (BBM)
  43. Yahoo
  44. Kik
  45. Viber
  46. Telegram
  47. Technology-based Companies

  48. Chronicled
  49. Blockchain Tech Ltd.
  50. Samsung
  51. DNA Technologies
  52. Ignacia technology
  53. Quantum Materials Corporation
  54. Defcad
  55. Logistics

  56. United Parcel Services
  57. FedEx
  58. TNT Express
  59. DHL and Yamato Holdings
  60. Others

  61. British Sky Broadcasting Limited
  62. Hangzhou Yanbei Trading Company
  63. Shenzhen Meigeer Watch Co., Ltd
  64. Mckinsey
Industries Analysed
  1. Government
  2. E-commerce Platforms
  3. ISPs
  4. Social Media Platforms
  5. Photo Sharing Platforms
  6. Logistics
  7. Luxury Brands
  8. Brands
  9. Counterfeiters
  10. International Organizations
  11. Industry consortiums
  12. Outsourced Manufacturers 
  13. Custom Authorities
  14. IP Infringers

Laws

Analysed

International, National and Regional Laws

International Agreement-

  1. Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights, (TRIPS), 1995
  2. Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, 2012
  3. EU E-commerce Directive, 2000
  4. EU Customs Regulation, 2007

Japan-

  1. Trademark Act, 1959
  2. Unfair Competition Prevention Act, 1993
  3. the Customs Act, 1954
  4.  the Penal Code, 1907
  5. the Civil Code, 1896
  6. the Limitation of Liability for Damages of Specified Telecommunications Service Providers and the Right to Demand Disclosure of Senders’ Identification Information Act.2001

 

International, National and Regional Laws

FAQ

FAQ

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