Did you know in FY2020, U.S. Customs seized more than 26,000 shipments worth more than $1.3 BILLION due to alleged intellectual property rights (IPR) violations? Ensure you’re on the right side of CBP enforcement and register for Diaz Trade Law’s next webinar “Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Customs (Including an Update on the Amazon Registry) – Amazon Brand Registry“ taking place on December 15, 2021. This one-hour webinar will provide best practices and TOP tips on how one can protect their IPR using U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and effective methods to go after IPR infringers.
Register today to hear directly from DTL’s president, Jennifer Diaz, Associate Attorney, Denise Calle and Of Counsel and IPR Specialist, Augusto Perera, as they teach attendees about intellectual property rights and the best ways to protect them.
Why Should I Register for this Webinar?
In FY2019 and FY2020, U.S. Customs (CBP) seized more than 53,000 shipments worth more than $2.8 BILLION because of alleged IPR violations. The vast majority of goods seized have come from China and Hong Kong. During FY2020, CBP reported 18,757 active recordations – more than each of the previous two years. Importers must be aware of how to import in compliance with IPR laws as well as how to protect their own intellectual property rights
In response to enforcement discussed above, Diaz Trade Law is hosting a NEI accredited webinar, “Intellectual Property Rights and Customs – Amazon Brand Registry” to train industry on top tips to avoid enforcement, and best practices to proactively protect their own brands.
In this webinar, you will learn the basics of intellectual property considerations for your business, how to use Amazon Brand Registry to build your brand, how protecting your brand is an ongoing commitment and the steps you need to take to ensure you do so proactively.
Importers, in-house legal counsel, owners, executives, marketing professionals, and others interested in intellectual property are encouraged to attend either live on December 15, 2021 at 12:00 PM, or on demand thereafter. Register HERE!