From the Brazilian government’s preparation for the event to the new innovations that made the World Cup possible, there were certainly no red cards in the game of IP, proving that when the private and public sector work as teammates, the victors can be both the athletes on the field and those whose IP was safeguarded.
Walking into the Crime Museum in downtown Washington, D.C., visitors have been faced with some of the most nefarious crooks of all time. Now, they can also find some of the most nefarious “fakes” of all time.
Anastasia Danias grew up watching the New York Jets battle rivals like the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins. Today, as the chief litigation officer for the National Football League, she’s helping Gang Green and the league’s other 31 teams tackle a different kind of opponent—counterfeiters.
While businesses have sought to tear down the barriers to trade in the advent of modern transportation and the Internet, it is now time for governments to do the same, especially with respect to IP rights.
Through the efforts of 21 federal agencies, international and local law enforcement, and a diverse network of attorneys and security experts, we are seeing real results and real efforts to protect intellectual property.
While the Irish were celebrating the feast of St. Patrick last weekend, there was another anniversary that you may not have heard about: the two year anniversary of the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS).
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