Global Trademark Resources Print Page Page Image Current IssueArticle ArchiveTMR Search July-August, 2011 Vol. 101 No. 4 Back to TMR Main Page Using Exceptions to the Territoriality Principle in Turkish Trademark Law to Protect Foreign Trademarks Not Registered or Used in Turkey By Uğur Aktekin and Hande Hançer This article examines the nature and scope of the exceptions to the territoriality principle under Turkish trademark law that provide protection to foreign trademarks registered abroad but not yet registered or used in Turkey, with a focus on case law. The Trademark Reporter is available to INTA members only. Please go to Member Login at the top of this screen to access the full article.