Lawrence Kogan on Hong Kong's Draft Infant Formula & Complementary Foods Marketing Code Violates WTO Law (Part 1 of 3)

by Lawrence Kogan In 2012, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region issued a draft of the Hong Kong Code of Marketing and Quality of Formula Milk and Related Products, and Food Products for Infants & Young Children. It employs means to achieve policies that go far beyond relevant international...

Lawrence Kogan on Hong Kong's Draft Infant Formula & Complementary Foods Marketing Code Violates WTO Law (Part 2 of 3)

by Lawrence Kogan Excerpt: I. Introduction Part 1 of this article discussed how the various food safety -related provisions of the Hong Kong Code of Marketing and Quality of Formula Milk and Related Products, and Food Products for Infants & Young Children ("the Draft HK Code") violate...

Lawrence Kogan on Hong Kong's Draft Infant Formula & Complementary Foods Marketing Code Violates WTO Law (Part 3 of 3)

by Lawrence Kogan Part 3 discusses how the Draft HK Code's prohibitions and restrictions on the use of trademarks, trade names, logos, symbols, etc. (word marks and non-word marks) in informational/educational materials about branded products and infant and young child feeding, on product containers...

The Philippines Breastmilk Substitute/Supplement Marketing Framework Violates WTO Law (Part 2 of 2)

by Lawrence Kogan This article has been divided into two parts. Part 1 analyzed the the Philippine breastmilk substitute and breastmilk supplement marketing framework ("PH BMS Framework") restrictions under the terms of the Technical Barriers to Trade ("TBT") Agreement. Part 2...

The Philippines Breastmilk Substitute/Supplement Marketing Framework Violates WTO Law (Part 1 of 2)

by Lawrence Kogan This article has been divided into two parts. Part 1 will analyze these restrictions under the terms of the Technical Barriers to Trade ("TBT") Agreement, focusing on how the the Philippine breastmilk substitute and breastmilk supplement marketing framework ("PH BMS...