ITMA roundtable to cover global knockoffs
December 16, 2002,
High Point, NC — During next month's Showtime trade event here, the International Textile Market Association will sponsor a roundtable on the escalating problem of global copyright infringements.
"Pattern Piracy: Navigating the Seas of Infringement" will draw from a global network of experts who will discuss the problems, potential for joint action and governmental opportunities to aid.
The panel includes London-based Dids Macdonald, chief executive, Anti Copying in Design; Barbara Kolsun, senior vp and general counsel, Kate Spade; Jim Leonard, deputy secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce; and Hank Truslow Jr., president, Sunbury Fabrics.
The roundtable will be held Jan. 5 at 5 p.m. at the Tang Restaurant in Market Square Tower.
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