Our Washington DC office will be hosting an “Off the Record” luncheon program, “Developments in Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement at the Border,” sponsored by the International Intellectual Property Committee of the D.C. Bar International Law Section and cosponsored by the D.C. Bar Intellectual Property Law Section, the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law, the ABA Section of International Law, the American Intellectual Property Law Association, the International Trade Commission Trial Lawyers Association and the Virginia State Bar International Practice Section.

Officials from the ITC and CBP will provide an overview of the steps that have been implemented to date and those that are expected to be taken in the near future. In addition, seasoned practitioners, will provide insights on strategies that Section 337 complainants and importers can utilize to benefit from the mechanisms that have been implemented, or are expected to be created, by the ITC and CBP.