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ISC to Conduct Panel Discussion at the IQPC 7th Anti-Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit New York City on September 26th-27th

August 30, 2011 | Venice, Florida

The 7th Anti-Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit will take place in New York City, NY on September 26th-27th, at the Sheraton New York Hotel 811 7th Avenue. This program reviews critical IP and anti-counterfeiting strategies that you will be able to implement into your business.

The Imaging Supplies Coalition will present a panel discussion reviewing the benefits of collaboration to combat counterfeiting and fraud on an industry wide basis. The unique issues of the imaging supplies industry, the role of the ISC and the efforts of individual coalition members to protect their brands and customers will be reviewed. Coalition participants will include:

Matthew Hahn, Jr., Senior Director of Marketing, Brother
Jeffrey Kwasny, WW Anti-counterfeiting Programs Manager, HP
Andrew Gardner, Worldwide Brand Protection Manager, Lexmark
John McIntyre, Brand Protection and Sustainability Manager, Samsung
Albert Gallina, VP, Brand Protection. Xerox
Allen Westerfield, President, ISC

The Imaging Supplies Coalition for International Intellectual Property Protection, Inc. is a non-profit association of imaging supplies Original Equipment Manufacturers. Coalition members are Brother International Corporation, Canon U.S.A., Inc, Epson America Inc., Lexmark International, Inc., Oki Data Corporation, Samsung Electronics America, Inc., Toshiba America Business Solutions Inc., and Xerox Corporation.

The ISC can be contacted at 941-961-7897, e-mail at or visit the website at www.isc-inc-org.





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