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IPR Training with Kochi Customs on 18th January 2018

IPR Training with Kochi Customs on 18th January 2018

The government, through its facilitation and enforcement machinery, has a major role in sensitizing awareness on  IPR  laws and curb the instances of counterfeiting across the borders, which can be accomplished only through an effective public-private partnership. Customs play a pivotal role in the contemporary enforcement of IP Rights, as they are at the forefront of the border protection and are responsible for preventing the influx of counterfeits in the country.

IMG_2574With a view to stimulate the continuous interaction between the industry and the government and to provide an interface for businesses to resolve their issues pertaining to Intellectual Property Rights, United IPR organized training with Kochi Customs on 18th January, 2018, which was attended by approximately 40 field formation officers and presided over by the Learned Assistant Commissioner of Customs (Special Intelligence and Investigation Branch), Mr. Ranabir Bose. The training focused on the relevant theories, notifications, case laws and other legal aspects pertaining to IPR (Imported Goods) Enforcement Rules,  2007  and  product  identification techniques of  various  participating brands including L’Oreal,  Bvlgari,  Apple & Beats,  Nike, Coty, Nivea,  Procter & Gamble, Stihl,   Burberry,   Lacoste,   Gant,   L Brands,   Tom Ford,   LVMH (Tag Heuer, Hublot & Zenith), Monster Energy, Lee, Wrangler, Polo Ralph Lauren, Dita And Vans.

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IPR Training with Pune Police Officers on 11th Nov’ 2017

Introduction

In a faster growing Indian economy, there is a need for adequate enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs). The Government of India through its Home Affairs Ministry (Police-I Division, Police Training Section) issued a Notification vide F.No.23011/14/2017-PT dated 10th October 2017 introducing regular courses on enforcement of IPR for Police Officials. The underlying objective of issuing this notification was to address concerns regarding the link between the violation of IPRs and other organized crimes like terror funding, etc. which have caused a serious threat to public safety and security of the country.