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The Amazing Enforce-Men

Issued: April 30 2014

In comics, Spider-Man fights off villains all by himself, but in reality, IP enforcement is not done by one person or unit – it includes customs, police, companies, lawyers and individuals worldwide. Lawyers share their perspectives with Johnny Chan.

 

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