ABA - Third Annual National Institute on Criminal Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights Conference
October 9, 2009
This comprehensive, one-day program provides in-depth information concerning the complex issues that arise in connection with criminal enforcement of intellectual property rights. The program consists of four panels featuring in-house counsel for leading corporations, key government insiders, assistant U.S. attorneys, defense counsel, policy makers, trade group leaders, and rights holders. Panel topics focus on the general counsels’ perspective on when and where to allocate resources in IP crime cases, a view from the trenches featuring a spirited debate from the AUSA and defense counsel in a recent Economic Espionage Act case, areas of expertise used in the prosecution of IP crimes, and a comprehensive update on trademark, copyright, and trade secrets criminal law.
Traci Rodriquez is attending this conference.
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