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  • Title: News | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Home.. News Resources.. News.. Events.. Resources.. For Media.. - Sort by type -.. News Story.. Newsletter.. Press Release.. org Launches Whitepaper on Government Procurement Driving Responsible Business Practices.. Press Release.. September 25, 2013.. June News.. News Story.. June 19, 2013.. Stanford and CREATe.. org Launch Research to Examine the Business Benefits of Responsible Supply Chain Practices.. June 13, 2013.. Bloomberg BusinessWeek Highlights CREATe.. June 11, 2013.. Bloomberg Businessweek.. The Financialist: Protecting Your Intellectual Property.. May 31, 2013.. The Financialist.. Reducing Risks in Supply Chains.. May 23, 2013.. Intellectual Property Magazine.. Pamela Passman  ...   Smart Business on Trade Secret Theft.. March 14, 2013.. Smart Business.. org’s Pamela Passman meets with Supply Chain Matters.. March 13, 2013.. Supply Chain Matters.. Foreign Affairs: How to Protect Intellectual Property by CREATe’s Pamela Passman.. March 7, 2013.. Foreign Affairs.. Pages.. 1.. 2.. 3.. next ›.. last ».. UPCOMING EVENT.. Visit News Events.. FEATURED RESOURCES.. White Paper.. View All Resources.. FROM THE.. VIEWS.. BLOG.. Intellectual Property Protection: Not Just for the Legal Department.. Visit the Blog.. E-NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE.. View our past Email newsletters.. 2 days 13 hours.. 2 days 19 hours..

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  • Title: Events | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Event.. December 4, 2013.. November 8, 2013.. Event: IAACM‘s (International Association for Contract Commercial Management) America’s Forum 2013 in Phoenix, Arizona with CREATE.. org’s Craig Moss.. September 24, 2013.. Event: 11th Annual Anti-Counterfeiting Brand Protection Summit in New York with CREATE.. org’s Lucy Nichols.. Free Webinar: IP Protection in the Global Supply Chain.. September 20, 2013.. org’s Leslie  ...   18, 2013.. U.. S.. Patent and Trademark Office, Global Intellectual Property Academy.. Latin America Ethics Summit.. July 10, 2013.. Ethisphere.. Webinar: Licensing Executive Society (LES) and CREATe.. June 26, 2013.. Licensing Executives Society.. Global IP Dialogue.. June 16, 2013.. ACC: Promoting a Culture of Global Compliance and Ethics.. Washington Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel.. RECENT TWEET.. ago..

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  • Title: For Media | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Welcome to the media resource page for the Center for Responsible Enterprise and Trade (CREATe.. org).. CREATe is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping companies, their suppliers and business partners reduce counterfeiting, piracy, trade secret theft and corruption.. Download the following resources:.. Media Kit.. IP Protection.. Anti Corruption.. CREATe executives can speak to the following issues:.. Global trade and supply chains.. Corporate compliance and risk mitigation in regard to protecting intellectual property (trade secret theft, counterfeiting, piracy) and preventing corruption and bribery (FCPA, UK Bribery Act).. CREATe is involved with the following programs:.. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).. Political Science: Just Supply Chains.. Stanford Graduate School of Business:..  ...   Passman, President and CEO.. Global Trade Supply Chains.. IP: trade secret theft, counterfeits, piracy.. Corporate compliance.. Risk mitigation.. Leslie Benton, Vice President of Advocacy and Stakeholder Engagement.. Corruption: FCPA, Bribery.. Governance.. Trade policy anti-corruption.. UK Bribery Act.. Craig Moss, Chief Operating Officer.. Global supply chains: improvement programs.. Sustainable business practices.. International business.. Economic development.. SUBSCRIBE.. MEDIA INQUIRIES.. Email Anne Walker.. CREATe INFORMATION.. Organization Overview.. Overview Backgrounder.. (PDF Download).. (PDF download with Executive Bios, photos and areas of expertise).. org Leading Practices.. CREATe Video.. Anti-Corruption.. Fast Facts.. Top Resources on Anti-Corruption.. Blog Posts on Anti-Corruption.. Intellectual Property Protection.. Whitepapers.. Top Resources on Intellectual Property.. Blog Posts on Intellectual Property Protection..

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  • Title: Law.com: Corruption and IP Risk in Supply Chains | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Law.. com: Global Supply Chains Bring Increased Risk of Corruption and IP Infringement.. December 21, 2012.. |.. The Conference Board recently released a new report, Safeguarding Intellectual Property and Addressing Corruption in the Global Supply Chain.. The report was based on insights gained from a Research Working Group global companies discussing how they deal with IP protection and corruption prevention within their companies; and it also showcases findings from a survey of general counsels of Fortune 500 companies.. CREATe worked with The Conference Board on the Research Working Group.. com recently posted an article about the report featuring the key findings of the report and  ...   risk of IP infringement in emerging markets when engaging suppliers (43 percent) and when engaging agents/business partners (48 percent).. Respondents also believed their companies face extensive risk of corrupt activities when engaging agents/business partners in emerging markets (70 percent), and a smaller but significant number felt there was extensive risk when engaging suppliers (46 percent).. Executives believe the theft of trade secrets presents the greatest IP risk.. About two-thirds said they felt such theft presents extensive risk in emerging markets, but only 36 percent rated their companies compliance programs as very effective in managing these risks.. Read the full article at.. www.. Law.. com.. SOURCE:..

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  • Title: Op-Ed: Intellectual Property Protection and Global Supply Chain | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Op-Ed by Under Secretary Hormats and CREATe s Pamela Passman.. December 11, 2012.. This week in.. The Atlantic.. , Under Secretary Robert Hormats and CREATe CEO Pamela Passman present an Op-Ed addressing the issue of global trade, supply chains, intellectual property (IP) protection and the importance of companies working together and with suppliers to improve practices and foster better business practices.. Please visit.. The Atlantic.. for the published article.. How to Save Global Trade from Thieves, Pirates, and Black Market Kingpins.. Today at the Atlantic s America Works Summit in Washington, D.. C.. , we spoke at length about how more and more companies have the opportunity to use their supply chains to combat corruption, counterfeiting, trade secret theft, and piracy, and promote sustainability and ethical business practices.. Indeed, businesses have a growing interest in doing so using their purchasing power to protect the integrity of their brand and the quality of their products.. Following World War II, visionary world leaders slowly but steadily dismantled the high and numerous barriers to trade and investment utilizing the General Agreement of Trade and Tariffs and then the World Trade Organization between the United States, European nations, Japan, and numerous other countries.. Since then, world trade and prosperity have flourished.. In the past three decades, international commerce has jumped sevenfold.. Trade now accounts for fully one-third of global economic activity.. But, with the benefits of global trade come new challenges.. How do we maintain a safe, transparent, and open framework for global commerce that collectively benefits consumers, businesses, workers, innovators, and entrepreneurs around the world?.. Corruption, trade secret theft, counterfeiting, and piracy mar the global trading system and distort competition.. We all pay a huge price in terms of monetary losses and compromised product quality and safety.. The World Bank estimates that $1 trillion in trade-related bribes changes hands every year.. These bribes raise the price consumers pay for goods and services and also foster a culture promoting unethical business practices.. Similarly, counterfeit or substandard medicines, fake automobile and airplane parts, and foods that do not comply with high-level sanitary standards or are made with unsafe ingredients threaten consumer health and safety.. And, because of intellectual property theft, legitimate manufacturers, innovators, performers and other do not benefit from revenues of their products or services.. According to the World Customs Organization, intellectual  ...   and utilize genuine, high-quality components.. A positive and mutually reinforcing series of actions all along the international supply chain can result.. Several of the world s leading companies have stepped up to insist on strict accountability.. For example, a group of prominent payment processors and Internet intermediaries recently launched a non-profit group called the Center for Safe Internet Pharmacies to combat illegal online pharmacies criminals masquerading as legitimate pharmacies.. They improved education and voluntary enforcement, de-registered Internet domain names, and withdrew payment services from fake pharmacies, and refused to advertise illicit websites.. These companies banded together to protect the wellbeing of consumers and their respective brands.. In addition, businesses from many different sectors have developed codes of conduct that extend to their suppliers and business partners.. The Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition which represents a large group of electronics and software firms ranging from Apple to Xerox sets standards to ensure that working conditions in the electronics industry supply chain are safe, that workers are treated with respect and dignity, and that business operations are environmentally responsible and conducted ethically.. To meet safety, quality, and sustainability goals, a growing number of businesses are forming innovative partnerships with NGOs to improve and audit their supply chains.. For example, Procter Gamble a recent recipient of the Secretary of State s Award for Corporate Excellence is working with Unilever, the World Wildlife Fund, and others in the Consumer Goods Forum to ensure sustainable and ethical sourcing of raw materials, including renewable forest products and palm oil.. These steps will take significant time and effort to put together.. But they are critical to ensure that unethical practices do not undercut or distort the benefits of global trade.. Collectively we can strengthen confidence in the products we buy and overall standards of reliability in international trade.. Trade can be made safer, fairer, and more beneficial to those who participate in legitimate commerce and weed out those who engage in illegal or unethical practices.. By responding to demanding consumers who increasingly insist on quality, sustainability, and safety forging stronger links between suppliers and buyers, and improving the integrity of supply chains, all parties can benefit.. Robert D.. Hormats is the Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy and the Environment.. Pamela Passman is President and CEO of the Center for Responsible Enterprise and Trade (CREATe..

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  • Title: CREATe.org Launches Whitepaper on Government Procurement Driving Responsible Business Practices | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: org Launches Whitepaper on.. Government Procurement Driving Responsible Business Practices.. WASHINGTON, D.. , September 25, 2013 The Center for Responsible Enterprise and Trade (CREATe.. org) today released a whitepaper addressing how governments use purchasing power to insist that contractors improve business practices and collaborate with supply chain partners to ensure they adopt programs to prevent corruption and IP theft.. Entitled.. , the paper highlights how counterfeiting, piracy and corruption can disrupt and taint government procurement channels and pose significant risks to individuals, companies, governments and societies.. For example:.. The EU Commissioner for Home Affairs, Cecilia Malmstrom, recently stated that an estimated 120 billion is lost to corruption in government procurement each year throughout the 27 EU Member States.. The anti-corruption group Transparency International has drawn a linkage between this corruption and the European region s ongoing fiscal crisis.. Interpol s secretary-general recently noted that while 40 years of terrorism has killed 65,000 people globally, counterfeit medicines killed 200,000 people in China in one year alone.. In January 2012, the U.. Air Force suspended Hong Dark Electronic Trade Company of China and various of its subsidiaries from further government contracting after an investigation revealed that Hong Dark sold more than 80,000 suspect counterfeit electronic parts to Department of Defense contractors and that many of these parts ultimately were installed on military aircraft.. The whitepaper also outlines how governments are using new rules to require companies to be more diligent and provides examples that demonstrate the trend of governments to tighten up legal liability, management systems requirements and ongoing review of compliance by contractors and their suppliers.. Under California procurement  ...   The increase in government procurement rules, particularly around anti-corruption, counterfeits and piracy, require new levels of diligence and compliance to mitigate risks, said Pamela Passman, president and chief executive officer, CREATe.. The whitepaper also features best practices that contractors can take to foster compliance with procurement requirements.. These include:.. (1) Promote transparency in supply chains;.. (2) Encourage greater supply chain accountability;.. (3) Foster cooperation and information sharing;.. (4) Develop risk maps to identify high-risk activities by suppliers; and.. (5) Encourage close cooperation on responsible supply chain practices.. CREATe.. to download a copy of the full report.. About CREATe.. Founded in October 2011, The Center for Responsible Enterprise And Trade (.. ) is a global non-profit organization dedicated to helping companies and their suppliers and business partners reduce counterfeiting, piracy, trade secret theft and corruption.. We believe that by improving practices along global supply chains, companies can help drive jobs, growth and innovation benefiting their own businesses, the global economy, and the communities where they operate.. By partnering with governments, academia, non-profits, think tanks and associations, we hope to amplify the work of each.. To achieve our shared goals, we have developed CREATe Leading Practices for IP Protection and CREATe Leading Practices for Anti-Corruption.. Our three- step program is available in English, Chinese and Brazilian Portuguese and includes practical, scalable and cost-effective online assessments, independent evaluations, training and other resources designed to benchmark and improve processes for safeguarding IP and preventing corruption.. Please follow us on Twitter.. @CREATe_org.. or connect with us on.. # # #.. Media Contact:.. Anne Walker.. Director of Marketing and Communications.. 206.. 855.. 5575.. awalker@create..

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  • Title: News | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Filtered by: Press Release.. The Conference Board Launches Report: Risks of Intellectual Property Theft and Corruption in Supply Chains.. December 19, 2012.. org Whitepaper: Counterfeits Pose Significant Threat to Health and Safety.. October 25, 2012.. org Applauds the G8 for Focus on the Importance of Intellectual Property Rights for Stimulating Jobs and Economic Growth.. May 19, 2012.. Business Wire.. Trade Secret Theft: A Billion-Dollar Industry Threat.. May 1, 2012..

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  • Title: Event: 11th Annual Anti-Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit in New York with CREATE.org’s Lucy Nichols. | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: 11th Annual Anti-Counterfeiting Brand Protection.. Summit.. in.. New York.. org s IP Counsel Lucy Nichols will join a panel discussion on Tuesday October 1.. st.. at 14:00.. The focus of the presentation: B.. R.. I.. Countries: Taking advantage of the Markets while guaranteeing Brand Viability through Supply Chain Management.. The panel is discussing:.. Taking advantages of the growth of B.. countries increased purchasing power, economic opportunities abound with those markets for those who are able to  ...   those markets?.. Event Details:.. When: September 30 October 2.. nd.. Where: Convene, Downtown New York, New York.. For more information about the event and to register, click.. here.. Source:.. anticounterfeitingsummit.. org) is a nonprofit that helps global companies and their supply chain partners protect IP and prevent corruption.. The organization has developed CREATe Leading Practices for IP Protection, a three-step program with assessments, training, a comprehensive improvement guide and resources, such as sample policies and contractual language..

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  • Title: Event: IAACM‘s (International Association for Contract & Commercial Management) America’s Forum 2013 in Phoenix, Arizona with CREATE.org’s Craig Moss | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Event:.. IAACM s (International Association for Contract Commercial Management) America s Forum 2013 in Phoenix, Arizona with CREATE.. org s Craig Moss.. org s COO Craig Moss will be speaking during two sessions at the IACCM annual conference:.. The first session, on October 9 at 14:20, covers: Top Ten Tips to Develop Your IP Protection Game Plan.. It will cover best practices for IP protection within organizations and among supply chain partners.. What are the top forms of IP?.. Top 10 tips for protecting IP.. Examples  ...   Global Supply Chains.. An overview:.. IP theft and misappropriation are making headlines nearly every day.. By 2015 the global value of counterfeit and pirated products is estimated to rise as high as $1.. 77 trillion.. In the session, Craig Moss will discuss the policies, procedures and contract language that should be put in place to protect trade secrets globally.. When: October 8.. th.. October 10.. Where: Point Hilton Squaw Peak Resort, Phoenix, Arizona.. For more information about the event and to register,.. click here.. iaccm.. com/amer13/..

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  • Title: Resources | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Contact.. Infographic.. Report.. Speech / Presentation.. Video.. White Paper.. Filtered by: Infographic.. Top 10 Practices to Reduce Counterfeits in the Supply Chain.. TYPE:.. Infographic.. Life of a Counterfeit Part.. Supply Chain Complexity: Department of Defense.. Vulnerabilities in the Supply Chain.. The Human Impact: Health and Safety Risks of Counterfeits..

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