Gray Market Importation Restricted Under U.S. Customs Final Rule
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
U.S. Customs will restrict the importation or sale of certain gray market products "that bear genuine trademarks identical to or substantially indistinguishable" from those appearing on products authorized by the U.S. trademark holder under a final rule published in the Federal Register Feb. 24. Such products would "create a likelihood of consumer confusion," the Customs Service states. The final rule will become effective March 26.
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