The July/August 2017, issue of PI Magazine includes a feature article I wrote titled, “Investigating Intellectual Property (IP) Theft.”
The article takes a broad look at the IP theft problem from defining IP; explaining the magnitude of this global phenomenon; giving a counterfeit case study; providing some statistics on the China counterfeit anomaly; to recommendations for brand owners in using IP-PIs; as well as providing IP infringement and protection educational resources for brand protection professionals and investigators.
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