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Non-Judicial Alternatives to Stop Infringing Imports: U.S. Customs and International Trade Commission.

September 9, 2008

Georgia State University College of Law Corporate IP Roundtable

Sutherland attorneys Ann G. Fort, James H. Johnson, Jr., Christopher J. Chan and Jason M. Prine are speaking at the quarterly lunch meeting of the Georgia State University College of Law Corporate IP Roundtable on September 9, 2008. Their presentation will address Non-Judicial Alternatives to Stop Infringing Imports: U.S. Customs and International Trade Commission.

For a copy of the presentation materials, please contact Ms. Fort at ann.fort@sutherland.com.

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