This article is intended to point out succinctly some of the problems that the United States practitioner not versed in foreign practice may have to consider. Specific laws and specific manuals involving practice in various countries abroad, as well as many articles, have been presented frequently by others. There are, however, a number of points in connection with protection of industrial property abroad which cannot be overemphasized, but which we try to outline briefly.
Norman St. Landau, Protection of Patents and Trademarks Abroad, 9 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 100 (1960)