Eaton announced it will join a panel of leading industry professionals on the growing problem of dangerous counterfeits at the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law (ABA-IPL) programs during the ABA’s 2014 Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts.
Held at the Hynes Convention Center on Aug. 8 from 8:30 – 10 a.m., the panel entitled “Buyer Beware: Dangerous Counterfeits in the U.S.” will discuss the problem of dangerous counterfeits, which pose a heightened risk to human health and safety, as well as possible solutions from policy, legislation, implementation and legal perspectives.
Tom Grace, brand protection manager, Eaton’s Electrical Sector Americas, will join panel participants, such as Pfizer Inc. and U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE), to share and develop best practices and strategies for combating counterfeiting across the U.S. and beyond. In the session, Grace will focus on the dangers of counterfeit electrical products and the importance of cross-industry collaboration in the fight against counterfeiting.
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The nearly 25,000-member ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law provides the highest quality information, analysis and practice tools to intellectual property lawyers, and serves as the thoughtful source of information and commentary for policy makers as they consider legislation affecting the law and regulations in intellectual property matters. The section is respected and known as the premier resource for knowledge in this increasingly important and complex area of law.
To learn more about Eaton’s anti-counterfeiting initiatives, visit www.eaton.com/counterfeit.Tagged with tED