Brian W. Brokate and Angelo E.P. Mazza will speak at the Practising Law Institute’s Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement 2019 event on January 17, 2019. Brian Brokate is also co-chair of the event. This is the eighth year that they have participated in this event.
Angelo will lead the first panel “Current Government IP Enforcement Programs.” Topics include federal and civil intellectual property enforcement, DOJ prosecuted crimes and determining factors, the CHIP program, substantiating advertising claims, “Made in USA” and other promotional promises, “Influencer” marketing and truth-in-advertising in social media, data security and consumer privacy. Brian Brokate will speak on the “Anticounterfeiting Update” panel. Topics include 2018 direct liability case law updates and trends, seizures and ex parte remedies, contributory liability, U.S. legislative updates and recent U.S. Customs and Border Protection regulations.
Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement 2019 provides information to in-house and outside counsel on effective strategies for protecting intellectual property rights.
For more information on the program, visit the PLI website.