Prof. Peter K. Yu

Regents Professor of Law and Communication

Director, Center for Law and Intellectual Property

Texas A&M University








Michigan State University College of Law


October 12, 2004


Cosponsored by
International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition, Inc.




Counterfeiting is one of the most difficult transnational problems today. Every year, the United States loses millions of dollars in tax revenue and tens of thousands of jobs because of the manufacture, distribution and sale of counterfeit goods. Such widespread counterfeiting not only makes it difficult for legitimate retailers to compete in the marketplace, but poses health and safety risks, especially when food, drugs, medical supplies, and agricultural products are involved. This roundtable brings together scholars, policymakers, industry leaders, and legal practitioners to address issues concerning intellectual property enforcement and free trade agreements.




Paul Aceto

U.S. Department of State


Prof. Llewellyn J. Gibbons

University of Toledo College of Law


Anat Hakim, Esq.

Foley & Lardner, Washington D.C.


J. Michael Huget, Esq.

Butzel Long, P.C., Ann Arbor


Rod Kinghorn

General Motors Corp.


Barbara Kolsun, Esq.

Kate Spade L.L.C.


Prof. Doris E. Long

John Marshall Law School


Thomas T. Moga, Esq.

Dickinson Wright PLLC, Bloomfield Hills


Brian H. Monks

Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.


Robert L. Stoll, Esq.

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office


Timothy P. Trainer, Esq.

International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition, Inc.


Prof. Peter K. Yu

Michigan State University College of Law

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