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Don’t break the Trademark Law in Iran!

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(I know Trademark Law is not Copyright Law, but it’s the closest tag I have….)

I just found this on our company’s brand portal and I thought it was hiliarious. It’s taken from a list of Asian countries detailing how their respective Trademark Laws work:

Iran

Law on Trade Marks, 1931

There are unfair competition provisions. The Islamic Penal Code provides for lashing and imprisonment.

Wow! Talk about a tough stance against trademark infringers!!!

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