Counterfeit NFL™ Merchandise Sales Expected To Exceed $17.2 Million Following 2014 Super Bowl
Expert commentary available to address 2014 projections and effects of intellectual property crime.
A record $17.2 million worth of fake NFL™ merchandise was seized in the months before last year’s Super Bowl and counterfeiting around this year’s game is expected to easily surpass last year’s, given the sheer size of New York City.
Jeffrey Van Hoosear (http://knobbe.com/
How federal agents go undercover to expose counterfeiters
Ramifications of buying illegal merchandise, legal and otherwise (i.e. funding crime)
Effects of counterfeiting on US economy and workforce
Measures available to prevent the manufacturing of counterfeit and knock-off goods
He can also discuss ways in which the NFL’s merchandise industry can better protect their valuable IP. Jeffrey specializes in trademark and unfair competition matters, representing a number of clients in the apparel and sporting goods industries including Quicksilver and Pacific Life.
To set up an interview with Jeffrey, please feel free to email (mailto:jstenderup@