Trademark Counterfeiting

Trademark Counterfeiting

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A discussion of S. 1136, the Anticounterfeiting Consumer Protection Act of 1995, which is intended to respond forcefully to a rapidly growing threat to Amer. industry and to the public, that is, trademark counterfeiting (the knockoff industry). Includes statements by Leonard S. Walton, Office of Investigations, U.S. Customs Service; Robert E. Van Etten, special agent in charge, U.S. Customs Service, NY; Dempster Leech, Harper Assoc., Inc.; Thomas McGann, Burton Snowboards; John S. Bliss, Internat. Anticounterfeiting Coalition. Statements by Internat. Trademark Assoc.; Software Pub. Assoc.; Rolex Watch; and Polo Ralph Lauren.We want to spend our time snowboarding, one; two, designing the best products that we possibly can; and, three, listening to our customers a€” what do ... them back and sell them to marketing companies as a sample. ... That is why we are very much supportive of the Anti-Counter- feiting Consumer Protection Act of 1995.

Title:Trademark Counterfeiting
Author:Orrin G. Hatch
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 1995-06-01


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