QUOTE OF THE WEEK
- ContiTech in further success against Chinese belt counterfeiter. Shaw, David // European Rubber Journal;Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 191 Issue 5, p6
The article informs that ContiTech AG has managed to prove that a large Chinese manufacturer Taizhou Fuju Rubber Belt Manufacture Co. Ltd. had produced fake ContiTech drive belts. Helmut Engel, head of the Automotive Aftermarket sector in the ContiTech Power Transmission Group, said that it was...
- Global Trade Brings Fight Against Counterfeit Products, Name Game. Cziborr, Chris // Orange County Business Journal;10/27/2003, Vol. 26 Issue 43, p4
Reports on the efforts of companies to prevent product piracy in Orange County, California. Role of sales representatives in fighting product piracy; Alliance of companies with government agencies to counter piracy; Market segments affected with piracy.
- Customs seizes bogus NEC SIMMs. // Electronic News (10616624);8/14/95, Vol. 41 Issue 2078, p4
No abstract available.
- The Sad Truth Behind Your Bargain Timepiece. Butler, Desmond // Harper's Bazaar;Jan2005, Issue 3518, p68
No abstract available.
- Distributors Address Counterfeiting, Difficult Economy. Slawinski, Steve // ECN: Electronic Component News;Jun2010, Vol. 54 Issue 7, p14
The article reports that the electronic component distribution market has addressed the massive counterfeiting in China.
- Counterfeiting costs companies billions. // USA Today Magazine;Aug93, Vol. 122 Issue 2579, p6
Reports on the losses in revenue to corporations, taxes by governments, jobs in many industry sectors and quality integrity in the minds of consumers due to counterfeiting. Countries where counterfeiting and other trademark protection problems exist; Counterfeiting not limited to consumer...
- International knockoffs. Calderwood, James A. // Ceramic Industry;Dec95, Vol. 145 Issue 7, p20
Focuses on legal issues concerning international counterfeiting of branded products from the United States. Use of the U.S. Trademark Act in foreign countries; Three factors that must be shown in order to be successful in bringing action in a U.S. court.
- Congress updating laws to trip up high-tech trademark counterfeiters. Lipowicz, Alice // Crain's New York Business;2/5/96, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p32
Focuses on the Anti-counterfeiting Consumer Protection Act of 1995, a legislation proposed in the US Congress which allows the prosecution of counterfeiters under federal organized-crime statutes. Endorsement of the bill by International Anti-counterfeiting Coalition Inc.; Skepticism on the...
- Taking copycats to task. Hise, Phaedra; Greco, Susan // Inc.;Nov93, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p124
Provides two different answers on whether or not to take imitators of your product to court. Michael Reinhold of Annieglass, Santa Cruz, Calif., apart from sending the occasional threatening letter, basically ignores imitators of his distinctive dinnerware; Garry Kvistad, Woodstock Percussion,...