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IPR 101 - Intellectual Property Rights and Customs (Including an Update on the Amazon Registry) - Amazon Brand Registry
This one-hour webinar provides a broad overview of intellectual property rights as it relates to customs. We will answer the following questions: 1) What’s a Trademark?, 2) How Does CBP Protect Your Brand at the Border?, 3) What is a Recordation?, and 4) What is the Most Effective Way for Brand Holders to Go After Infringers? 5) An overview of Amazon Brand Registry. Through this platform, Amazon offers a variety of intellectual property tools for your business. 6) Overview of how you can use Amazon Brand Registry's tools to build and protect your brand.

In This Webinar You Will Learn:
- The Basics of Intellectual Property Considerations for Your Business
- An Overview of How to Use Amazon Brand Registry to Build Your Brand
- Protecting Your Brand is An Ongoing Commitment, and The Steps You Need to Take to Ensure You Do so Proactively

- Jennifer Diaz
- Denise Calle
- Augusto Perera

Who Should Attend:
- In-House Legal Counsel
- Owners and Executives
- Marketing Personnel
- Others Interested in Intellectual Property

Eligible for 1 CCS/MCS/CES/MES NEI Credit
- Input your NCBFAA NEI ID number at the time of registration to receive credit.

Dec 15, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jennifer Diaz, Esq., B.C.S.
President @Diaz Trade Law
President and Founder of Diaz Trade Law, Jennifer (Jen) Diaz is a Chambers ranked, Board Certified International Attorney specializing in customs and international trade. For more than 15 years, Jen has provided legal advice and customized training on import and export compliance to industry, with a strong record of success in mitigating federal administrative enforcement actions. Jen has received many accolades from the legal community, including being recognized by “Super Lawyers” as a Top International Attorney, having an AV rating of “Superb,” and serving as President of the Organization of Women in International Trade (2018-2019). A frequent media commentator, Jen has authored book chapters, journal articles, and other articles for The Florida Bar, the American Bar Association, Bloomberg Law, and others. Jen is Editor of “Customs & International Trade Law,” a blog recognized by the U.S. Library of Congress as being an important part of the legal historical record.
Denise Calle
Associate Attorney @Diaz Trade Law
Denise Calle is a bilingual Associate Attorney with Diaz Trade Law. She assists U.S. and foreign manufacturers, distributors, and importers, with a range of import compliance, regulatory compliance, and enforcement matters involving U.S. Customs, the Food and Drug Administration, Consumer Product Safety Commission, and other federal agencies. Denise provides pre-compliance advice on proposed import transactions and advocates for clients in federal enforcement administrative actions. She is a published co-author for Bloomberg Law and the Florida Bar and has been quoted in the press on the topic of importing tobacco products. Denise has developed and presented customized trainings focused on the Trade War with China, Intellectual Property Rights, Dietary Supplements, and more.
Augusto Perera
Of Counsel Attorney @Diaz Trade Law
Augusto Perera, ESQ. is an Of Counsel attorney with Diaz Trade Law and an active member of the Florida Bar. He is admitted to practice before the United States District Court Southern District of Florida and the Court of Appeals for Federal Circuit. Mr. Perera Attended Shepard Broad College of Law and received his Juris Doctor degree in 2014. Dedicated exclusively to intellectual property matters, specializing in trademark, copyright, licensing, and Internet Law, with a focus on new business development. His practice includes counseling clients regarding copyright protection and litigation, domain name disputes and protection, domestic and international trademark protection, practice before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and litigation work in federal and state courts.