WASHINGTON — Trademark owners are developing deeper partnerships and resorting to new tools to combat the proliferation of counterfeit products on the Internet.
Anticounterfeiting strategies and success stories were a key area of focus for fashion and consumer product companies who joined government officials, academics, lawyers and professionals from around the globe at the International Trademark Associations’ annual meeting here May 5 to 9 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
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