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Regional IP Dialogue Virtual Series - Sub-Saharan Africa

  • October 28, 2020

October 28, 2020 - 1:30pm - 2:30pm ET

This webinar is the third of our Regional IP Dialogue Series where we feature government and industry experts who share their perspectives on trends, issues and best practices in IP enforcement in the region. This webinar will focus on Sub-Saharan Africa with an emphasis on cross-border enforcement, and highlighting the tools and “on-the-ground” assistance available to rights-holders in the region.

Speakers include:

  • Tanya Hill – U.S. Department of Justice – International Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Attorney Advisor (ICHIP) for Africa
  • Special Agent Chris Hessenflow – U.S. Homeland Security Investigations – Assistant Attaché – U.S. Embassy - Pretoria

 

Speaker Bios: 

Tanya Hill began serving in October 2017 as the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) International Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Attorney Advisor (ICHIP) for Africa. She is a career prosecutor in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York (“EDNY”). Before deployment to Abuja, she was Deputy Chief in the Asset Forfeiture Unit in the EDNY. During her career, she has handled several IP cases, including prosecutions resulting in criminal convictions, and civil in rem actions resulting in the forfeiture of millions of dollars. As ICHIP, Tanya has focused on countering pharmaceutical and other IP crime and to that end has led several large, regional workshops. One of those workshops featured an original Nigerian-produced documentary, “Fishbone,” about the hazards of counterfeit pharmaceuticals in Nigeria. Fishbone now has been translated to French for distribution throughout Francophone Africa.

Special Agent Chris Hessenflow is a Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Assistant Attaché assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Pretoria, South Africa. With over 15 years of law enforcement experience, he currently manages a portfolio of HSI criminal investigations spanning 17 countries throughout sub-Saharan Africa. These investigations target transnational criminal organizations involved in human trafficking, international money laundering, wildlife trafficking, theft of intellectual property, child exploitation, counterproliferation of export controlled items, and a myriad of other programmatic areas under the broad investigative purview of HSI. A native of Kansas City, Chris is a graduate of both the University of Missouri and Sam Houston State University.  

 

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