Singapore: Abetment by Intentionally Aiding Counterfeiting Offences

13 March 2015

A recent case in the Singapore High Court suggests that where an accused is charged with abetment by intentionally aiding persons to commit an offence under Section 49 of the Trade Marks Act, the prosecution will have to prove that the accused had knowledge that the goods or services are counterfeit. Andy Leck and Adam Giam explain the importance of PP v. Koh Peng Kiat.

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