This article explores the issue of gray-market imports. The author explains the four causes of gray-market imports and explores the possibility of private remedies in order to stem the flow of these imports. The article then turns to the possibility of protection in the public sector by discussing pertinent statutory provisions and the development of the case law in this area.
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Knoll, Michael S., "Gray-Market Imports: Causes, Consequences and Responses" (1986). Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law. 1161.
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