EUROPOL IP Crime Conference 2021
November 29, 2021
9:30 am - 11:30 am ET
- November 29, 2021
- City: Virtual
- Venue: Webex Platform
JOIN US for the 2021 Europol Intellectual Property Crime Virtual Conference
Organized by EUROPOL in partnership with the IACC
The Europol IPC Conference gathers representatives from law enforcement agencies and the private sector to discuss the fight against IP Crime on an annual basis. This 2021 edition will provide an quick overview of IP enforcement actions in Europe over the year, and will explore the best practices of collaboration between law enforcement agencies and the private sector to enhance IP Crime disruption.
We will have the honor of having the Europol Executive Director, the EUIPO Executive Director, the IACC President and the Head of the US IPR Center opening the conference.
Please find further details in the tentative agenda attached. A final agenda will be provided at a later stage.
REGISTER HERE using EPUVNJ&^$765 as the entry code.
Registration Deadline: November 25, 2021
Registration Fees: None
INSTRUCTIONS (Please read):
- Click on the registration LINK and input EPUVNJ&^$765 as the entry code.
- Go to the top left and click on the tab “New registration”. You will be invited to accept a “privacy statement” which is a standard Europol policy that covers rules for all types of meetings.
- Follow the prompts to fill out the rest of your details. In the field “Representing”, LE participants are invited to indicate the country they represent, private sector participants can indicate “private sector” (option at the end of the drop-down menu) and institutional partners can indicate the name of their agency.
- Once you have filled in your details, click on “proceed”, you will see a summary of your registration details.
- Do not forget to click on ‘Complete registration’.
Registration details will be shared with Europol and IACC.
The conference will be held on Webex. Registrants will receive all call-in details after the registration deadline.
Please note that this conference is open and that no sensitive or law enforcement-restricted information should be shared on this occasion.