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November 5, 2012
The Label Printers Invests
In Anti-Counterfeiting
The Label Printers’ Chief Executive Bill Kane, and
Chief of Operations Lori Campbell recently attend-
ed the 2012 International Law Enforcement Intellec-
tual Property (IP) Crime Conference held in Panama
City, Panama and co-hosted by INTERPOL, EU-
ROPOL, and the Policiá Nacional De Panamá in part-
nership with Underwriters Laboratories. The Label
Printers was a Platinum Sponsor of the Conference,
which brought together hundreds of attendees from
around the world, representing the law enforce-
ment community, IP and brand owners, anti-coun-
terfeiting solution suppliers, and others interested
in combating the global menace of counterfeiting
and piracy.
Working under the title,
East Meets West: Working
with the Americas to Combat Counterfeiting
,
the
conference’s expected attendance was more than
500
delegates representing law enforcement, regula-
tory and custom agencies, private sector IP crime in-
vestigators, and prosecutors from more than 50
countries.
Fighting intellectual property crime stretches be-
yond law enforcement, and an effective campaign
requires cross-sector cooperation at all levels,” said
Secretary General of INTERPOL, Ronald K. Noble in
his opening remarks.“The need to work together at
the national and regional levels was consistently
highlighted at our previous conferences, held in
Asia, Europe and North America. This necessity has
not diminished; on the contrary, it is greater than
ever before.”
UL President and CEO KeithWilliams, who spoke at
the Conference’s Opening Ceremony focused on
three important steps to ending counterfeiting: edu-
cation on the danger of counterfeit products and the
damage they cause to consumers and business; infor-
mation sharing among law enforcement professionals
to analyze trends for more effective targeting of on-
the-ground intervention; and interdiction operations
by law enforcement, customs and regulatory agen-
cies to curtail counterfeiting activities.
The 2012 International Law Enforcement Intellectu-
al Property (IP) Crime Conference featured opera-
tional workshops and round tables. The conference
displays and exhibitions included information about
the International IP Crime Investigators College (an
on-line IP crime training facility), and a new initiative
from UL and the Walt Disney Company, an [award-
winning] program entitled Safety Smart
®
,
which, says
UL’s Williams, “has an initial focus on children and
families [and] will raise awareness of the negative
consequences of counterfeiting and piracy.”
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