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Webinar: Protecting your Brand from Counterfeits and Knock-offs
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When: Tuesday, January 28, 2020
2:00 pm EST
Where: Online Webinar
United States
Contact: Kyle Schaller

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This webinar will talk about how Counterfeits and Knock-Offs hurt consumer product brands by stealing sales. But for juvenile product manufacturers, lost sales are only part of the problem. Unsafe and non-compliant counterfeits and knock-offs often cause misdirected consumer backlash. This webinar will guide you through the issues and provide actionable advice from supply chain to sales to minimize the risks to your brand and your bottom line.


Who should attend: Owners; decision makers; operations, supply chain, sales and intellectual property managers.




Jeremy Richardson


Jeremy Richardson’s legal practice focuses on working with consumer product manufacturers and in particular the juvenile products industry.


Clients leverage Jeremy’s vast expertise – including his fashion law background – and rely on him in times of opportunity and need.  Jeremy partners with clients to provide practical solutions on an array of matters that include intellectual property; license agreements; minimum advertised price policies; terms and conditions of sale; and third party logistics and warehouse agreements; and contract disputes. He is also sought after by manufacturers of children’s goods to provide counsel on regulatory compliance matters. Jeremy regularly practices in New York State and Federal courts, and in arbitration.


Jeffrey Catalano


Jeffrey J. Catalano leads Freeborn & Peters’ Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Group. Jeff’s experience includes patent, copyright, trade secret, trademark, and unfair competition disputes before federal courts, arbitrators, the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and the International Trade Commission.


Clients trust Jeff with contentious, high-stakes litigation and licensing matters that often have tens, if not hundreds of millions of dollars on the line. He has both the trial experience and the negotiation skills demanded by these cases. Although he represents clients of varying size, national origin, and litigation experience, Jeff has made a practice of assisting domestic and foreign clients with their first significant U.S. litigations.  Jeff’s candor, communication style, and understanding of business realities allow him to help clients traverse the pitfalls and mitigate the burden of U.S. discovery.  Jeff is adept at presenting complicated concepts, principles, and technologies in an understandable, memorable, and relatable fashion.


Freeborn & Peters LLP is a full service law firm with over 140 lawyers across five offices, and is proud to be an associate member of the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association.

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