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Brand Protection & Anti-Counterfeiting Executive Roundtable

March 15, 2018 | Fairmont San Francisco | San Francisco, CA

Join like-minded Heads of Brand Protection for inspiration and insight, networking and learning, and proven strategies to improve your business practices.


Faculty Members Include

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  • ROY ALBIANI (Johnson & Johnson), Director, Global Brand Protection
  • MATT DAVIS-RATNER (Incipio, LLC), Vice President, Assistant General Counsel
  • ERIC GELWICKS (Live Nation Merchandise, Inc.), Associate Counsel and Manager, Business & Legal Affairs
  • CHRIS GIBBINS (Speck Products), Director, Global Brand Protection
  • LISA GREENWALD-SWIRE (Fish & Richardson P.C.), Principal
  • BRANDON GREGG (Seagate Technology), Head of Global Trust & Security
  • WHITNEY HUDAK (Lyft), Corporate Counsel
  • BEN JOHNSON (MGA Entertainment), Head of Litigation
  • LAETITIA JOUHAUD (GoPro), Brand Protection Project Manager
  • DIANE GABL KRATZ (Seagate Technology), Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
  • BRIAN KRISTEL (Tiffany & Co.), Director of Investigations & Trademark Enforcement, Americas
  • SHANE LUNCEFORD (LendingClub), Associate General Counsel
  • CYNTHIA MERCHANT (Eli Lilly and Company), Regional Security Manager, Latin America
  • NANCY MERRITT (MarkMonitor), Global Relationships Manager
  • BRETT MILLAR (Fitbit, Inc.), Director, Global Brand Protection
  • BRAD MINNIS (Juniper Networks, Inc.), Director, Global Brand Protection
  • BRIAN MONKS (Underwriters Laboratories (UL)), Vice President and Chief Security Officer
  • KEVIN OLIVE (Underwriters Laboratories (UL)), Investigations Manager
  • CHARLES OLSCHANSKI (Tiffany & Co.), Senior Director, Investigations Services
  • RYAN ROBISON (SCOUT & FākR™), Founder and Managing Partner
  • CYNTHIA TREGILLIS (Western Digital Corporation), Vice President, Global Brand Protection & Trademarks
  • CYNTHIA WALDEN (Fish & Richardson P.C.), Principal
  • JENI ZUERCHER (YETI Coolers, LLC), Manager, Global Brand Protection

Advisory Board

  • ANDREW LOVE (Specialized Bicycle Components), Head of Brand Security, Global Investigations & Legal Enforcement
  • CYNTHIA MERCHANT (Eli Lilly and Company), Regional Security Manager, Latin America
  • BRETT MILLAR (Fitbit, Inc.), Director Global Brand Protection
  • BRIAN MONKS (Underwriters Laboratories (UL)), Vice President and Chief Security Officer
  • CHARLES OLSCHANSKI (Tiffany & Co.), Senior Director, Investigations Services
  • CORRINA SINATRO (AMD), Director, Global Brand Protection & Product Investigations

Chair

  • LISA GREENWALD-SWIRE (Fish & Richardson P.C.), Principal

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Topics For Discussion

  • Facing IP Risk Head On: Effective Strategies To Mitigate Infringements On Your Brand
  • Balancing Enforcement, Engagement & Policy Across The Social Media Landscape
  • The Future Of Brand Protection Is Now: Quantifying The Use Of Technology In A World Of Digital Access
  • Keeping Your Eye On ROI: The Metrics That Justify Budget For Your Programs
  • Tackling Counterfeits And Unauthorized Sellers On E-Commerce Platforms

Venue: Fairmont San Francisco

950 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA 94108

Sitting atop Nob Hill, the historic five-star Fairmont San Francisco is among the most extraordinary meeting venues in San Francisco.

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  • “Appreciated the informal exchange of information and dialogue quality of members and learning.”
    Corrina Sinatro | AMD
  • “Format allowed the group to move the discussion. Topics to best suit their interests and expectations.”
    Michelle Appelqvist | SanDisk
  • “Liked the format. Conversation and not Powerpoint. People were engaged and productive.”
    Brian Monks | UL LCC