12 & 13 June 2019 - OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France
(J1) Vidéo intégrale de la première journée
12 July 2019 : SESSION D’OUVERTURE
Resolving governance gaps to counter IPR infringements
This event seeks to promote evidence-based policy making, to reinforce co-operation between all international actors to resolving governance gaps in IP Enforcement. The aim is to facilitate a common and coherent strategy to support effective IPR enforcement through proper governance frameworks within the EU, across OECD countries and at global level.
Facilitator: Jacki Davis
- Jeffrey Schlagenhauf, Deputy Secretary General, OECD
- Rupert Schlegelmilch, Head of EU Delegation to the OECD and UNESCO
- Christian Archambeau, Executive Director, EUIPO
The Industry’s point of view
- David Lossignol, President, Interna onal Trademark Associa on (INTA)
A view from the Enforcement authorities
- Rodolphe Gintz, Director General of customs, France
Strategic Overviews - Challenges and opportunities for the governance of IPR enforcement
Drawing on intelligence established from joint OECD-EUIPO research, this session will discuss new opportunities and challenges at EU and international level in regards to governance of IPR enforcement.
- Vishal Amin, Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator (IPEC), White House, United States
- Paul Maier, Director, European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights, EUIPO
- Marcos Bonturi, Director for Public Governance, OECD
01h58 - Peter Kovacs, Head of the Intellectual Property and Public Procurement Unit, DG TRADE, European Commission
Panel I: How to enhance international co-operation in IPR enforcement?
The main objective of this panel is to identify and explore how international players can align their strategic planning and collectively improve IPR enforcement governance at international level. Governance of Free Trade Zones, dealing with enforcement challenges related to dangerous counterfeit goods and trying to find synergies and enable information exchange for better IP enforcement will be among the topics to be discussed in the breakout sessions.
Identify and explore how international actors can align strategies and collectively improve IPR enforcement governance at a global level.
- Ana B. Hinojosa, Director, Compliance and Facilita on, World Customs Organisa on (WCO)
- Jari Liukku, Head of the European Serious Organised Crime Centre, Europol
- Minelik Alemu Getahun, Assistant Director General, World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO)
- Amedeo Te , Director General, Ministry of Economic Development, Italy
- Laurent Marcadier, Director of Assets and Persons Protection, LVMH
Synthèse des président(e)s des trois prochaines sessions
Session I – The governance of free trade zones and IPR enforcement
Explore the challenges raised by Free Trade Zones for IPR Enforcement and examine opportunities for action.
Chair: Bruno Delaye, President, Entreprise et Diplomatie
Session II – Enforcement challenges related to dangerous counterfeit goods
Reflect on challenges raised by counterfeit goods that can harm consumers’ health and safety and on how to strengthen enforcement.
Chair: Richard Yung, Senator and President of the French National Anticounterfeiting Commitiee, France
Session III - Be er co-opera on and informa on exchange to improve IP enforcement How to better facilitate information exchanges and cooperation among enforcement authorities.
Chair: Blanca Arteche, Head of Service, European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights, EUIPO
- Pascal Faure, Director General, Intellectual Property Office (INPI), France
Key Note: Closing of first day
- Sławomir Tokarski, Director, DG GROW, European Commission