Are you a brand owner? Here is a profile of whom you should hire. Are you a brand protector? Look sharp! You’re under the microscope. Are you a counterfeiter? This is who is coming after you. Be afraid.
Retail crime and product diversion have achieved nearly full penetration into the marketplace, due in no small part to the Internet. In advance of the Anti-Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit we look at what contributes to this ubiquity, and the innovative ways you can turn the Internet—and the consumer—against the grey market.
We are expecting a large and experienced turnout at the Anti-Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit. Find out which of your peers will join us on the show floor in Arlington this September.
Do you have all you need to sign up for the event? Well now you do - we've put all the registration materials in one place for your convenience!
Past speaker Ken Gamble, Executive Chairman at Internet Fraud Watchdog, discusses his work enforcing IP rights in 3rd world countries, gives advice on effective relationships with local police, and goes into what brand owners need to keep in mind when looking to protect their brand.
Global counterfeiting is on the rise... but so are anti-counterfeiting efforts. This infographic details some of the most high-profile counterfeit goods seizures in recent years, and weighs them against the staggering global scope of the issue - the battles yet to be fought. For more information, please fill out the form below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a copy via email.
Curious about who attended the last summit? We have you covered. From companies to job titles, here's a glance at some of the industry experts represented at last year's summit - many of whom you're likely to run into on the show floor this year.
Lou Ederer, Partner and Head of the IP Department New York at Arnold & Porter, and past speaker at our summit, shares his insights and personal experiences relating to counterfeiters' use of the internet, details of trademark law within the fashion industry, and how companies can prevent breaches in their operations, in this in-depth video interview.
Marc Payne, Owner of M Consulting, discusses a multi-disciplinary approach to brand protection in the digital age in this exclusive video interview. He explains how to identify, prioritize and score the biggest threats.
Present your boss with this customizable letter detailing the reasons why you should attend the upcoming Anti Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit this September in Washington D.C. and you'll be sure to receive permission to join us.
Motorola Mobility is constantly evolving and updating its products, which makes it all the more easy for counterfeiters to create fakes. In this interview, Bill Anderson, Senior Counsel, IP, Motorola Mobility, shares how he and his team investigate the potential new opportunities created by the advent of new products and technologies.
Please enter code "ACBP" if prompted.
Fill out the registration form and send it to email@example.com to secure your spot at the 19th Anti-Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit.
As a retailer, New Balance is an easy counterfeit target. In this interview, Daniel McKinnon, General Counsel, IP, New Balance, discusses the brand's strategy for preventing, tracking and prosecuting counterfeiters. He also delves into what recourse the company has against Chinese companies who open knockoff retail stores, and more in this exclusive video interview.
Please enter code "ACBP" if prompted.
In one of the most popular sessions at the Anti-Counterfeiting Summit, Michelle Fang, Associate General Counsel at eBay, explained the arsenal of tools right’s owners have to take down infringers. They can go after domain registries, file anonymous claims and utilize take down notifications, among other things.
Present your boss with this customizable letter detailing the reasons why you should attend the 19th Anti-Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit, this September in New York, and you’ll be sure to receive permission to join us.
A Practical Guide to Understanding and Harnessing Disparate Resources To Develop Enforcement Solutions
Ahead of this year’s 19th Anti-Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit this September 27-29 in New York, New York, we spoke with David Bass, Deputy Attorney General, Financial Fraud and Special Prosecutions Unit at the California Department of Justice. In our discussion he helps to he helps to uncover:
• Some of the top priorities government agencies look for when taking on a case
• The importance and ways in which to make your case ‘sexy’ for the prosecutors
• Best practices and techniques that law enforcement agencies and officers use for their own investigation and have perfected over time
This exclusive portfolio includes;
- How to Combat the eBay Fulfillment Warehouse (EFW) - With Christopher Johnson, Partner at Johnson & Pham, LLP
- Best Practices for Protecting a Brand in China - Jason Yao, Senior Partner at Wan Hui Da Law Firm, China
Jason Yao, Senior Partner, Wan Hui Da Law Firm, China discusses;
- The best practices for protecting a brand in China
- Different approaches that would be taken for different targets for efficient resource allocation
- The current counterfeit goods ecosystem in China - both for brands trying to sell and procure/manufacture goods from China
- What a bigger challenge for brands is China- trademark infringements or manufacturing of counterfeits
- Key challenges to pursuing an anti-counterfeiting and brand protection strategy in China
- Success stories he has had when pursuing action against counterfeiters