Why Should You Attend:
If your company exports or sells its product or services in foreign markets, the risk of loss from intellectual property theft is far greater. Unlike the United States, some foreign nations do not have laws to protect intellectual property. Some countries have laws that make it easy to capture your intellectual property. Other nations feel the counterfeit market is essential to its local economy and therefore, do not always cooperate with law enforcement. The software, entertainment, consumer electronics, apparel, and pharmaceutical industries are particularly vulnerable. IP theft costs more than loss in sales.
This webinar will help attendees understand the related risks in protecting intellectual property overseas and how to overcome them with efficient strategies.
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Duration: 90 Minutes
Group of 3 to 5 +1 Thumb Drive or 5 online Recorded version
Group of 6 to 10 +1 Thumb Drive or 10 online Recorded version
Physical CD-DVD of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment
Recorded video session
Douglas Cohen, has for more than 20 years, been at the forefront of international trade and transactions. With senior positions in private law practice, the European Union, the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the global airline industry, Mr. Cohen has developed substantial expertise in import-export compliance, international contracts, anti-trust, intellectual property, data privacy, aviation/aerospace, and EU law and policy.
At present, he is Director General for Trade and Transactions at Worldwide Trade and Legal Associates (WWTL), where he provides legal and strategic counsel to companies seeking to develop and expand foreign markets. In addition, Mr. Cohen directs the Compliance Training division at WWTL, where he works with companies to create and improve their import-export, anti-bribery, antitrust, and intellectual property compliance procedures. Major clients include leaders in aerospace, aviation, information technology, software, semiconductors, and telecommunications.
Mr. Cohen has been asked to teach international trade, global business, and international law at several universities in the United States, Asia, the Near East, and Europe. He is the author of numerous publications and training DVDs in the fields of import-export compliance, international negotiations, foreign market entry, cross-cultural communications, Internet law, data privacy, and intellectual property protection.