It is operated by Tilleke & Gibbins, a law firm with offices in Thailand and Vietnam. In the firm’s Bangkok office on the 26th floor of Supalai Grand Tower, the museum is home to a variety of counterfeit and infringed goods that the firm has accumulated in its work.
Forming part of the Tilleke & Gibbins Corporate Social Responsibility program, the Tilleke & Gibbins Museum of Counterfeit Goods welcomes hundreds of visitors each year for guided tours, led by their experienced intellectual property attorneys.
Established in 1989 by David Lyman, Chairman and Chief Values Officer, the Tilleke & Gibbins Museum of Counterfeit Goods has grown from a collection of approximately 100 products when it was first created to more than 4,000 IP-infringing goods today, making it one of the largest of its kind in the world.
The museum houses a collection covering 14 broad categories of goods, including clothing, footwear, watches and eyewear, accessories, cosmetics and perfumes, food and household products, drugs, alcohol and cigarettes, copyrighted works, stationery and office supplies, automotive parts, tools, electrical devices, and miscellaneous products.
According to tilleke.com and Wikipedia.