Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator Requests Public Submissions on IP Enforcement

Lydia Grunstra
March 23, 2010

Comments are due Wednesday, March 24, at 5 pm to the Executive Office of the President’s Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator (IPEC) on its request for submissions on how to “more effectively and efficiently combat intellectual property infringement.”

According to the notice for comments, submissions should address one or both of the following issues:

(1) “the costs to the U.S. economy resulting from intellectual property violations, and the threats to public health and safety created by infringement,” and/or

(2) “recommendations from the public regarding the objectives and content of the Joint Strategic Plan and other specific recommendations for improving the Government’s intellectual property enforcement efforts.”
 
The full text of the Federal Register notice is available at:
http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/2010/2010-3539.htm

 

 


Images of US Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator from the Senate Finance Committee.

 

(1) “the costs to the U.S. economy resulting from intellectual property violations, and the threats to public health and safety created by infringement,” and/or

(2) “recommendations from the public regarding the objectives and content of the Joint Strategic Plan and other specific recommendations for improving the Government’s intellectual property enforcement efforts.”
 
The full text of the Federal Register notice is available at:
http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/2010/2010-3539.htm

 

 

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