Fighting intellectual property theft in manufacturing will be the subject of an American Bar Association panel discussion at noon today.
The panel, titled "Battling IT Theft and Unfair Competition: Enforcers Use A New Approach," will be webcast from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Washington, D.C. Experts on state enforcement, intellectual property and international media and technology will discuss recent legal actions to stop unfair competition from overseas manufacturers who pirate U.S. technology.
Rob McKenna, a former attorney general in Washington state and president of the National Association of Attorneys General, will moderate the panel. It will include Bill Kovacic of the George Washington University Law School and a former chairman of the Federal Trade Commission; Tiffany Adams of the National Association of Manufacturers and Emilio Varanini of the California Department of Justice.
You can register to participate at the ABA web site.