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Creating a resilient enforcement strategy for Indonesia

By Andrew Conduit

Indonesia is a challenging jurisdiction in terms of enforcement endeavours, but a combination of different tactics will set brands up for success

Indonesia is often described as a challenging jurisdiction in which to enforce IP rights. This is true to the extent that not all options found in more developed jurisdictions are available. However, despite these limits rights holders still have a great many options when it comes to protecting their intellectual property effectively.

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