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New Digital Format of the Brand Protection Professional (BPP) Magazine

Dear IP PI Blog Readers:

I just want take a moment to bring to your attention the “New” digital format of the Brand Protection Professional (BPP), which is a publication of Michigan State University’s Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection (A-CAPP).

Here is a quote from the magazine’s editor, Leah Evert Burks regarding this new digital format:

“… I am excited to introduce our new digital format! As part of our commitment, we have dedicated resources to making the BPP more technically versatile, which will enable the content to be more findable and shareable by our community. Likewise, it will be easier to read and navigate through each issue on your various devices. We hope that you will enjoy the functionality of this new format and are assured that we are dedicated to continuing to provide the brand protection community with relevant and concise content on issues we care about. True to our mission, we have improved the BPP to continue to be an “accessible comprehensive forum containing essential information for the brand protection community.”

I have been a regular reader of BPP for several years now and have found it to be a credible and comprehensive source of news and research in the field of anti-counterfeiting and brand protection.

I have no doubt that after reading this BPP quarterly issue, you will become a regular reader too.

Disclaimer: IPPIBlog.com is offered as a service to the professional IP community. While every effort has been made to check information in this blog, we provide no guarantees or warranties, express or implied, with regard to content provided in IPPIBlog.com. We disclaim any and all liability and responsibility for the qualification or accuracy of representations made by the contributors or for any disputes that may arise. It is the responsibility of the readers to independently investigate and verify the credentials of such person and the accuracy and validity of the information provided by them. This blog is provided for general information purposes only and is not intended to provide legal or other professional advice.

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Ron Alvarez is an IP Investigations / Protection writer and licensed private investigator 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 investigative topics for PI Magazine. Ron is certified by the Interpol-International IP Crime Investigators College (IIPCIC.) as a "Transnational and Organized Crime Intellectual Property (IP) Investigator."

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