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  • Title: Intellectual Property Protection and Corruption | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Home.. org joins U.. S.. State Department on IP Protection and Corruption.. May 2, 2012.. |.. Intellectual Property.. ,.. Anti-corruption.. SHARE:.. Today, CREATe.. org joins the U.. State Department to co-host a roundtable discussion on the topic of Safeguarding Intellectual Property and Preventing Corruption in Global Markets.. The session brings together leaders from industry, government agencies, academia and non-governmental organizations to discuss new approaches and collective actions for addressing these issues.. The roundtable will feature remarks by U.. Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources.. Thomas Nides.. , Economic and Business Affairs Bureau Assistant Secretary.. Jose W.. Fernandez.. , U.. Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator.. Victoria Espinel.. and CREATe.. org President and CEO.. Pamela Passman.. The business, economic and societal costs caused by the absence of a functioning rules-based trading system are substantial.. Global  ...   challenges.. We look forward to a robust discussion with our colleagues from the public, private and non-profit sectors.. Please stay tuned to this space for a summary of our discussion as well as next steps.. SUBSCRIBE.. TAGS.. Intellectual Property (46).. Anti-corruption (36).. Supply Chain (17).. Intellectual Property Protection (17).. Counterfeit (15).. Global Supply Chains (11).. Compliance (9).. Trade Secret Theft (8).. IP (5).. FCPA (2).. Corporate Social Responsibility (2).. Events (1).. risk mitigation (1).. corporate compliance (1).. fighting corruption (1).. FEATURED STORIES.. Intellectual Property Protection: Not Just for the Legal Department.. Fighting Corruption: Good for Corporations.. Pilot Update: IP Protection Status – Insight on Asia.. IN THE NEWS.. Foreign Affairs: How to Protect Intellectual Property by CREATe’s Pamela Passman.. Visit News Events.. 2 days 16 hours.. 2 days 22 hours.. 3 days 21 hours..

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  • Title: World IP Day | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: World IP Day.. April 27, 2012.. Yesterday marked.. , an annual celebration hosted by the World Intellectual Property Organization that celebrates innovation and creativity and how the protection of IP fosters and encourages them.. Highlighting this year s World IP Day was the launch of an organization called Ideas Matter.. By emphasizing the value of IP, Ideas Matter aims to raise awareness of how businesses, individuals, economies and society as a whole benefit from patents, trademarks, design rights, copyrights and other forms of IP.. Ideas Matter has been backed by prominent companies such as.. Microsoft.. NBC-Universal.. Philips.. and.. SAP..  ...   innovation and economic growth around the world.. You can learn more about Ideas Matter by visiting.. www.. ideasmatter.. com.. CREATe s goal of fostering innovation and economic prosperity by protecting intellectual property rights, fighting corruption and driving responsible business practices in global supply chains and business networks very much aligns with the focus of Ideas Matter.. We are pleased to see such prominent businesses from a variety of sectors playing an active role in promoting IP and joining organizations across the.. public.. and private sectors in celebrating the contributions and innovations that have shaped and changed how we live..

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  • Title: Meet our Advisory Council | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Meet our Advisory Council.. April 25, 2012.. Since beginning our efforts at CREATe.. org last fall, we ve been focused on engaging with multinational corporations, governments, nonprofits, think tanks and other associations to further our mission of advancing responsible business practices across global supply chains and business networks.. A key part of this outreach and dialogue included an effort to engage with thoughts leaders who have expert knowledge in our areas of focus, including intellectual property rights, corruption, global supply chains and responsible business practices.. We are pleased to introduce the charter members of our Advisory Council a group of experts with decades of experience in government,  ...   International USA;.. Hau Lee, Professor, Stanford Business School and Director of the Stanford Global Supply Chain Management Forum;.. Richard Locke, Professor and Department Head, Political Science Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology;.. Keith E.. Maskus, Professor of Economics and Associate Dean for Social Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder;.. John G.. Ruggie, Professor in Human Rights and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School; and.. Ambassador Susan Schwab, Professor of Public Policy at University of Maryland and Strategic Advisor to Mayer Brown LLP.. CREATe is grateful to have the support of such a distinguished group of individuals.. Bios of each member can be accessed.. here.. by clicking on the Advisory Council tab..

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  • Title: Leslie Benton: VP, Advocacy and Stakeholder Engagement | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: org Welcomes Leslie Benton as Vice President, Advocacy Stakeholder Engagement.. org Welcomes Leslie Benton as Vice President, Advocacy & Stakeholder Engagement.. April 18, 2012.. We are pleased to announce that Leslie Benton has joined CREATe as Vice President, Advocacy and Stakeholder Engagement.. Ms.. Benton brings significant experience in the areas of anti-corruption and compliance having held senior positions at Hogan Hartson, LLP,  ...   expert, Ms.. Benton has counseled and helped companies and NGOs navigate complex regulatory and legal issues.. Her expertise will help further advance CREATe s mission to protect IPR, fight corruption and drive responsible business practices in global supply chains and business networks.. You can read more about Ms.. Benton and her extensive work within the field on the About CREATe webpage found..

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  • Title: Intellectual Property and the U.S. Economy | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Intellectual Property and the U.. Economy.. April 11, 2012.. At an event earlier today at the White House, the Department of Commerce released its new.. Economy: Industries in Focus.. Report.. The report is an analysis of 75 industries identified as IP intensive (from among 313 total), and serves as an important reminder about how heavily the U.. economy relies on some form of intellectual property.. The full report can be found.. , and below are the study s principal findings.. IP Intensive Industries.. Principal Findings.. IP-intensive industries accounted for 27.. 1 million American jobs, or 18.. 8 percent of all employment in the economy in 2010.. A substantial share of IP-intensive employment in the U.. is in the 60 trademark-intensive industries, with 22.. 6 million jobs in 2010.. The 26 patent- intensive industries accounted for 3.. 9 million jobs in 2010, while the 13 copyright-intensive industries provided 5.. 1 million  ...   more jobs throughout the economy.. In other words, every two jobs in IP-intensive industries support an additional one job elsewhere in the economy.. And so in total, 40.. 0 million jobs, or 27.. 7 percent of all jobs, are directly or indirectly attributable to the most IP-intensive industries.. Jobs in IP-intensive industries pay well compared to other jobs.. Average weekly wages in 2010 for IP-intensive industries were $1,156 or 42 percent higher than the $815 average weekly wages across other (non-IP-intensive) private industries.. This wage premium nearly doubled from 22 percent in 1990 to 38 percent in 2000 and increased further to 42 percent by 2010.. Patent- and copyright-intensive industries saw particularly fast wage growth in the last five years, with the wage premium in patent-intensive industries increasing from 66 percent in 2005 to 73 percent in 2010 and the premium in copyright-intensive industries rising from 65 percent to 77 percent..

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  • Title: Views Blog | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Posts tagged with Intellectual Property.. The 2014 Threat Landscape was the focus of a recent Information Security Forum (ISF) presentation in New York City.. The session, featuring Greg Garcia, former DHS Assistant Secretary for Cyber Security and.. ABA: Brazil’s Anti-Bribery Legislation.. December 5, 2013.. The American Bar Association (ABA) Section of International Law Anti-Corruption Committee hosted a panel on November 22 on Brazil s Anti-Corruption Scenario: Perspectives of the Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs).. IPR Top 10 Checklist: Is your IP protected?.. September 18, 2013.. What gives your company an edge? If its like most companies today, the answer is complex.. It may be a proprietary product design, code that runs an app, or the caché that comes with your logo, but it may also be your.. September 12, 2013.. It’s hard to overstate the value of IP, or the risk to a company if it is stolen or misappropriated: intellectual property—including new innovations, creative content and brand designs,  ...   on IP.. June 21, 2013.. org is featured in the 2013 Joint Strategic Plan on Intellectual Property Enforcement, a federal initiative aiming to protect intellectual property (IP) and stimulate the U.. economy.. The Strategic Plan, launched.. org Executives Speak on Compliance, Trade Secret Theft and IP.. June 18, 2013.. It s been a busy time for presentations by CREATe.. IP Theft: Report Highlights Supply Chain Vulnerabilities.. May 23, 2013.. The Commission on the Theft of Intellectual Property released its report on May 22, 2013 detailing the vast economic effects of intellectual property theft on the U.. They estimate that annual losses to the U.. CREATe at Global Congress on Counterfeiting and Piracy.. May 8, 2013.. At the recent Global Congress Combatting Counterfeiting and Piracy conference, CREATe.. org’s IP Counsel Allen Dixon and Advisory Council member Keith Maskus both gave presentations which highlighted the work of CREATe.. org on the.. Pages.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. next ›.. last »..

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  • Title: Views Blog | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Stanford and CREATe.. org Launch Research Project.. May 7, 2013.. org and Stanford University s Global Supply Chain Management Forum are launching a cross-industry research study to examine the business benefits of responsible supply chain practices through two surveys on.. org in Boston Review: Corporations can have Impact.. May 6, 2013.. Pamela Passman provides a perspective on Richard M.. Locke’s article: Can Global Brands Create Just Supply Chains? in the May/June 2013 issue of the Boston Review.. CREATe in Hong Kong.. March 28, 2013.. CREATe’s newly appointed COO, Craig Moss, has been in Asia this week speaking at several events and meeting with companies and organizations.. CREATe Leading Practices Pilot - Initial Insights.. March 6, 2013.. In December 2012, CREATe Leading Practices for IP Protection was launched in English, Chinese and Portuguese.. Global companies in aviation, consumer products, IT, materials and telecommunications equipment have signed up to pilot.. How well does your company and suppliers protect your IP?.. SCM World Highlights IP Protection in Supply Chains..  ...   20th, Leslie Benton, CREATe.. org’s VP of Stakeholder Engagement, joined government officials and industry representatives at the White House for the launch of the Administration’s Strategy on Mitigating the Theft of U.. New Legislation: Trade Secret Theft.. January 8, 2013.. Trade secret theft costs multinational corporations billions of dollars per year.. Case in point: Ford Motor Company lost approximately $50 million when an engineer disclosed trade secrets to a Chinese competitor.. The General.. CREATe: A Year in Review.. December 28, 2012.. The close of a year always prompts reflection.. At CREATe, we ve had a tremendous year and have made great progress on our work towards building awareness of and tools and resources for addressing intellectual property (IP).. WEF: CREATe Provides Insights on IP Protection.. December 26, 2012.. The World Economic Forum (WEF) continues to promote ways to improve practices in global supply chains.. CREATe contributed to this dialogue and provided an op-ed for the WEF Forum which highlights the importance of.. « first.. ‹ previous..

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  • Title: Views Blog | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Posts tagged with Anti-corruption.. The Real Cost of Bribery.. November 27, 2013.. According to a new report from Harvard Business School on firm competitiveness and the detection of bribery, the impact of bribery can be felt far down the corporate chain.. Coming Soon: CREATe Leading Practices in Spanish.. November 20, 2013.. Over the past year, companies in China, Brazil, Japan, Europe and the US have learned ways to mitigate the risks of IP theft and corruption by participating in the pilot of CREATe Leading Practices for IP Protection and CREATe.. New! CREATe Launches Anti-Corruption Improvement Guide.. October 23, 2013.. Download a preview of the CREATe.. org Anti-Corruption Guide here.. What is your company doing to mitigate your risk of corruption and bribery?.. CREATe Webinars: Anti-Corruption, IP Protection.. Please join us to learn more about how you can reduce the risks of  ...   How Vulnerable is Your Company?.. August 2, 2013.. What systems does your company have in place to mitigate the risks of corruption? Do your business partners employ best practices for corruption prevention?.. July 31, 2013.. Transparency International s (TI) Global Corruption Barometer 2013 reveals that more than one-quarter of survey respondents have paid a bribe within the last year, when transacting with key public institutions.. Corruption: Is Compliance a Priority?.. July 29, 2013.. The recent bribery investigation of GlaxoSmithKline s Chinese operations is likely to give companies a heightened sense of urgency about their compliance efforts.. Brazil Roundtable: Companies Share Views on Corruption and IP Theft.. July 16, 2013.. Anti-corruption initiatives and the importance of responsible global business practices were topics discussed at a Roundtable in Sao Paulo, Brazil.. The event, hosted by CREATe.. org and the Brazilian Institute for Ethics in..

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  • Title: Views Blog | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: New Report from The Conference Board: Risks of Intellectual Property Theft and Corruption in Supply Chains.. December 19, 2012.. In March 2012, the Center for Responsible Enterprise and Trade (CREATe.. org) partnered with The Conference Board to create a Research Working Group on Safeguarding Intellectual Property Addressing Corruption in the Global.. International Anti-Corruption Day.. December 7, 2012.. “Corruption is an insidious plague that has a wide range of coercive effects on societies.. It undermines democracy and the rule of law, leads to violations of human rights, distorts markets, erodes the quality of life, and allows.. Recap: China Business Review Webcast.. November 28, 2012.. Today CREATe presented in a China Business Review Webcast focusing on the protection of intellectual property (IP) and corruption prevention.. Q A: TransAtlantic Business Dialogue.. October 2, 2012.. We recently had the opportunity to talk with Kathryn Hauser, the US Executive Director of the TransAtlantic Business Dialogue (TABD)  ...   NGO dedicated to ethical business competition.. August 14, 2012.. What is the impact of corruption on development of emerging economies? That is the topic of discussion at an event this week being sponsored by the Brazilian Institute for Ethics in Competition.. IP Protection and Anti-Corruption: A New Approach.. August 8, 2012.. IP theft and corruption are major issues for multinationals.. Counterfeit parts and pirated materials can lead to inferior products and expensive lawsuits; trade secret theft diminishes competitive advantage; and corruption harms.. Anti-Corruption Laws Gain Traction around the World.. June 25, 2012.. Recognizing that corruption impedes economic growth, threatens the integrity of markets, undermines fair competition, distorts resource allocation, destroys public trust and undermines the rule of law, the G20, in.. Creating Sustainability on the Global Stage.. May 11, 2012.. After the recent Roundtable that CREATe co-hosted with the U.. Department of State, we hosted a luncheon discussion featuring three noteworthy speakers:..

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  • Title: Views Blog | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: State Department and CREATe.. org Roundtable: A Recap.. May 8, 2012.. The interconnectedness of global commerce, relationship of IP-protection and anti-corruption to economic growth and importance of public/private collaboration were the key topics of discussion at the Safeguarding.. The session brings together leaders from.. Deloitte Survey Highlights Issues and Risks of Third-Party Business  ...   the World.. January 27, 2012.. The World Economic Forum, one of the few truly global meetings of business leaders, politicians, academics, and other influential people in the world, was held in Davos, Switzerland over the last week of January.. Among the.. Leveling the Playing Field in the Global Trading System.. January 25, 2012..

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  • Title: Views Blog | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Corruption: A Global Perspective.. July 10, 2013.. On July 10, CREATe.. org s President and CEO Pamela Passman gave a presentation addressing the global impacts of corruption at the Ethisphere Latin American Ethics Summit.. Reduce Your Risks, Join the CREAte.. org Pilot.. June 17, 2013.. To help companies mitigate the risks of IP theft and corruption, CREATe.. org has launched two services.. org on Ethisphere: Emerging Markets Webcast.. May 3, 2013.. Pamela Passman, CREATe.. org’s President and CEO, along with Craig Moss, COO, is speaking with Ethisphere on Compliance and Risk Mitigation: IP Protection and Anti-Corruption in China, Brazil and other Emerging Markets, on Thursday.. Russia Intensifies Its Anti-Corruption Initiatives.. April 15, 2013.. Although the UK Bribery Act has received the majority of attention recently, it is not the only recent notable event in the global expansion of anti-bribery and corruption legislation.. Others are also joining the effort,.. Internal Compliance Costs after Bribery  ...   CEO Pamela Passman is featured in Foreign Affairs, the leading forum for serious discussion of American foreign policy and global affairs published by the Council on Foreign.. Corruption, Investors and Value.. February 20, 2013.. By now, most companies are aware that bribery and corruption investigations can result in significant financial penalties.. Less discussed however, is the growing external demand by investors for companies to show robust.. Roundtable: Lanny Breuer, U.. Assistant Attorney General.. February 14, 2013.. On February 13th, business leaders from around the Pacific Northwest joined a roundtable breakfast discussion with U.. Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer to hear his perspective on how the Department of Justice enforces The.. Bribery in the Supply Chain: A Growing Issue.. January 17, 2013.. This week, The New York Times featured an article about how the world’s largest producer of smartphones, laptops and other electronics, Foxconn Technologies, is working with authorities in China to investigate whether its..

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