Welcome to the registration site for the 2013 UL Brand Protection Conference which will take place on, June 11th and 12th at the Westin Hotel located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This event is open
to UL customers, rights holders, law enforcement and invited guests. This will be our 3rd annual event and it keeps growing each year.
For over 15 years, UL has taken an aggressive stance against product counterfeiting through a comprehensive program involving enforcement, education and partnerships with key IP crime stakeholders from around the world. As a leader in product safety testing and certification, as well as a rights holder, UL knows the detrimental effects IP crime can have on a company’s resources, reputation and to its corporate goals.
As part of our public service and safety-oriented mission, UL is organizing the 2013 Conference to serve as a catalyst to strengthen and enhance brand protection programs, provide best practices for combatting IP crime and to strengthen global partnerships against this growing threat. The Conference is a great opportunity for UL customers and other IP rights holders to meet one-on-one with law enforcement personnel and IP crime experts to gain valuable insights into all aspects of brand protection.
International, national and local experts will be on hand to provide a dynamic two-day training forum with innovative learning sessions that will include; operational workshops, interactive roundtables and a networking lounge. Additionally, we will offer rights holders the opportunity to set up exhibition tables where they can provide product identification training to law enforcement attendees. This benefit will also be extended to service providers so they may provide participants with the latest brand protection solutions.
The 2013 Conference will provide participants with the following key benefits:
Will increase effectiveness to combat intellectual property crime
Provide the tools required to design, implement and/or strengthen brand protection programs
Highlight best practices for working with law enforcement agencies and service providers
Develop stronger strategic and tactical international partnerships and networks
Gain confidence by learning real cases shared by IP Crime experts and practitioners
Provide the opportunity to develop operational partnerships with UL, other rights holders and law enforcement agencies to undertake joint IP crime investigations, enforcement projects and training initiatives
The Conference is being provided at no cost to the attendee and will include lunch as well as an evening networking reception and dinner. Don't miss this opportunity to engage with thought leaders and protect your intellectual property.