The Firm looks forward to participating in next week’s Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas, NV. For the second year, the Firm will host a booth in the Performance Pavilion displaying information about all aspects of intellectual property including brand protection, anti-counterfeiting, trademarks, trade secret protection, patents, and copyrights.
New this year will be information on counterfeiting activity and the impact it has on SEMA manufacturers. The Firm’s research shows that at least 1 in 4 SEMA manufacturing exhibitors are likely being counterfeited online. Worldwide, counterfeit goods account for over $400 Billion in economic activity according to the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development’s (OECD) 2013 survey. SEMA manufacturers wishing to find out if their products are likely being counterfeited, and what steps they can take to address counterfeiting, are encouraged to visit the Sisson at Law booth at the SEMA Show (Booth No. 50210).
In addition to the Firm’s booth, two of the Firm’s attorneys, Ed Sisson and Jeffrey Banyas will once again participate in the SEMA Show Education Days on Wednesday November 1. SEMA members have the opportunity to register for a free one-on-one meeting with Ed or Jeffrey. For more information and to register for a meeting please visit SEMA Show Education Days.
Ed and Jeffrey will also be on hand during the week to meet with attendees and exhibitors to discuss brand protection, anti-counterfeiting, trademarks, trade secret protection, patents, and copyrights. To schedule a private meeting with Ed or Jeffrey, please call +1 330 598 1799 or e-mail Kim Szabo at email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you all at the Show!