Combating organized IP crime through global partnerships
INTERPOL and UL’s’ annual International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference provides a unique forum for international police, customs, prosecutors, regulatory agencies, rights holders and service providers to explore operational best practices, strategies and tactics in the fight against transnational organized IP crime.
The conference was developed to focus on operational methodologies. This opportunity is rarely found at other conferences where the emphasis is generally on high-level strategy rather than grassroots efforts and practical operational solutions.
The two-day conference includes plenary and panel sessions, operational workshops, interactive round table sessions and a networking lounge. Sponsors and rights holders have the opportunity to set up exhibitor booths to share information with law enforcement delegates.
The International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference provides unsurpassed networking opportunities. Attendance offers both public and private sector personnel the opportunity to meet one-on-one to discuss operational matters, seek specialist advice from brand protection service providers and to provide and receive product identification training.
Typically, over 500 delegates from some 70 countries representing over 250 public and private sector organizations attend the conference, which has become the largest and most popular IP crime conference in the world.
More information can be found via the conference page through www.iipcic.org.