Law360, New York (September 11, 2009, 11:47 AM EDT) -- Organizations operating in the world of international business see their brands under attack on many fronts. Whether their products are being counterfeited and then imported to the United States or their customers are diverting their finished goods without permission, companies are placing increased importance on gathering global trade intelligence to ensure that their intellectual property is protected.
The sheer speed at which global trade moves adds a layer of complexity when fighting gray and black-market trade activity.
Intellectual property attorneys and professionals need to act swiftly,...
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