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Intellectual Property: Federal Enforcement has Generally Increased, but Assessing Performance Could Strengthen Law Enforcement Efforts
Loren Yager (au)
Fed. law enforcement actions against criminals who manufacture and distribute counterfeit and pirated goods are important to enforcing intellectual property (IP) rights and protecting Americans from unsafe or substandard products. This report: (1) examines key fed. agencies’ roles, priorities, and resources devoted to IP-related enforcement; (2) evaluates agencies’ IP-related enforcement statistics and achievements; and (3) examines the status of the National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center. The author reviewed relevant documents, interviewed officials in five key agencies, and analyzed agency IP enforcement data from FY 2001 through 2006. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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