Stellar speaking faculty revealed for Brand Protection Online Europe
WTR is pleased to unveil the speaking faculty Brand Protection Online Europe, taking place in London on 14 October 2019. Amongst the latest names revealed are experts from Daniel Wellington, Dyson, PayPal, Superdry and Tommy Hilfiger.
The inaugural Brand Protection Online event took place in Chicago earlier this year, providing a unique forum for brand professionals to discuss solutions to the challenges that arise when protecting trademarks online, share insight on how to prioritise enforcement efforts and get the inside track on new strategies to overcome the difficulties posed by ever-changing privacy laws. Following the sell-out success of that event, WTR is bringing the forum to London.
- Matthew Bassiur. VP, head of global IP enforcement, at Alibaba Group
- James Beeton, brand protection officer at Superdry
- Jennifer Chung, general counsel at AccuWeather
- Eva Constantini, attorney at law, IP specialist at Tonino Lamborghini
- Pierre Faller, privacy counsel at PayPal
- James Graham, vice president, chief intellectual property counsel, at Johnson Controls
- Alastair Gray, senior brand protection manager online at Tommy Hilfiger Global
- Ben Hitchens, partner at Locke Lord
- Michelle Levin, assistant general counsel, digital & privacy, at Coty
- Susan Payne, head, legal policy at Valideus
- Peter Ratcliffe, detective superintendent, national fraud lead, at The City of London Police
- Helen Saunders, chief product and customer solutions officer at Incopro
- Brian Scarpelli, senior global policy counsel, at ACT
- George Sevier, category head, IP Enforcement, at Dyson
- Daniel Shapiro, head of global and strategic partnerships at Red Points
- Måns Sjӧstrand, global head, IP and brand protection, at Daniel Wellington
- Martin Sutton, executive director and co-founder of the Brand Registry Group
- Helen Stanwell-Smith, head of legal at Thomas Cook
- Zeeger Vink, IP director, at Maus Freres
- Giovanni Visintini, counsel, brands at BP
This panel of experts will participate in deep-dive sessions covering:
- Developing a state-of-the-art online brand protection strategy
- Fighting infringement on e-commerce sites
- Brand protection strategies for social networks and apps
- Managing the changing domain name landscape
- Data privacy and GDPR: working within the rules
Delegate places at the event cost £495 (excluding VAT) but – until 6 September – a saving of £100 is available when using the following code: BPO100.
To register for Brand Protection Online Europe, click here.