The CEIPI and the BETA jointly implement research and pedagogical project for law enforcement and judiciary on Business Models Infringing Intellectual Property for the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), IBM phase 5, OTH/1168/21, in the framework of the call AMI/009/20, 2021-2022.
This project aims to develop analytical tools, study and pedagogical materials for law enforcement and judiciary training with the objective of facilitating understanding of business models infringing intellectual property. The work is carried out in coordination with the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) based on the materials of investigations and confirmed cases of counterfeiting and copyright piracy.
The joint CEIPI-BETA core study team, composed of Oleksandr Bulayenko (CEIPI), Remy Guichardaz (BETA), Emilie Ruiz (BETA) and Julie Dagher (CEIPI), works with a broader CEIPI-BETA project team and relies on its specialised knowledge and scientific review, including Yann Basire (CEIPI), Julien Pénin (BETA), Franck Macrez (CEIPI), Eric Shenk (BETA), Jean-Marc Deltorn (CEIPI), Laurent Bach (BETA) et Ionela Asandulesei (CEIPI).
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