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Investigating Intellectual Property (IP) Theft

The July/August 2017 issue of PI Magazine contained an article I wrote titled, “Investigating Intellectual Property (IP) Theft.

The article presents an overview of the IP Theft problem, case studies, and specifics examples of how private investigators can be of service to brand owners in the fight against IP crime.

Please see the attached link:

Investigating IP Theft – by Ron Alvarez – PI Magazine 07-2017

 

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Ron Alvarez is an IP Protection and Investigations specialist at XG Consultants Group, Inc., in New York City. He is a former NYPD lieutenant where he investigated robbery, narcotics, internal affairs, and fine art theft cases. Ron is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and earned a B.A. in Government and Public Administration from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in Manhattan. He has published a number of articles on various topics for PI Magazine. Ron is licensed in New York State.

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