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Podcast: fighting counterfeits in Latin America and Caribbean

From left: Virginia Cervieri at Cervieri Monsuárez (Uruguay), André Oliveira at Daniel Law (Brazil) and Mikhail Jackson at Livingston Alexander & Levy (Jamaica)

Virginia Cervieri (Uruguay), André Oliveira (Brazil) and Mikhail Jackson (Jamaica) reveal their strategies for budget management, destruction and e-commerce

To listen to the full podcast, which is around one hour long, click the link above.

In Managing IP’s first LATAM and Caribbean podcast, Americas editor Patrick Wingrove speaks to Virginia Cervieri, co-founder at Cervieri Monsuárez in Uruguay, André Oliveira, partner at Daniel Law in Brazil, and Mikhail Jackson, partner at Livingston Alexander & Levy in Jamaica, about anti-counterfeiting.

Here, Cervieri, Oliveira and Jackson delve into anti-counterfeiting tactics and challenges surrounding budget management, destruction of fake products and e-commerce in their respective jurisdictions, and how those affect the rest of Latin America and the Caribbean.

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