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Session on the Role of the Police Officers in IPR Enforcement by Mr. Avi Bhandari, November 14th, 2019

Mr. Avi Bhandari, Advocate & Associate at United IPR, delivered a session on the Role of the Police Officers in IPR Enforcement at the Chandigarh Police Academy on 14th November, 2019. He shared his hands-on experience in anti-counterfeiting actions and also sensitized the Police officers about the social & economic impact of counterfeiting. In addition to the academic lectures, he also delivered product identification techniques for various brands across a wide spectrum of industry.

The session was very well received by the officers of Chandigarh Police and was highly interactive and engaging. This training session was the first of its kind organized for the Chandigarh Police Academy.

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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.