About this webinar
Moderator: Jay Kennedy
Panelists: Brian Fogarty, Hernan Albamonte, Ben Mok, Cristina Posa
PANEL DESCRIPTION: As e-commerce grows exponentially, fueled even more by the pandemic, the growth and evolution of counterfeiters and their behavior on e-commerce is also shifting. This panel will explore how the criminal elements involved in counterfeiting are shifting and what the panelists project it might look like over the next year.
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STUDENT HIGHLIGHT - Tyler Armstrong is a 2L at Michigan State University College of Law and is in his second semester with the center.
STUDENT HIGHLIGHT - Elizabeth Thomas is a junior studying criminal justice with two minors in youth and society and security management and is in her first semester with the center.
Native New Yorker (Bronx/Scarsdale/Bronxville) who went to college in Boston is the VP, Global IP Litigation and Brand Protection at Nike. Attended Law School in San Diego at the University of San Diego School of Law.
Cristina Posa is Associate General Counsel at Amazon and Director of the Amazon Counterfeit Crimes Unit, which pursues civil litigation against bad actors, works closely with brands in investigations, and aids law enforcement officials worldwide in criminal actions against counterfeiters.
MODERATOR — Jay P. Kennedy is an assistant professor jointly appointed to the School of Criminal Justice and the Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection.
Ben Mok is the Senior Program Director for Corsearch Brand Protection. Prior to his current role, Ben was the Head of Operations with Pointer Brand Protection.
Hernan Albamonte is the Head of Illicit Trade Prevention U.S. for Philip Morris International (PMI), based in Washington D.C. Albamonte has served in various PMI roles around the globe for over twelve years.
The Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection (A-CAPP) is an independent, interdisciplinary evidence-based hub, whose activities focus on research, education and outreach designed to assist in protecting brands and products of all industries worldwide.
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