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Customs must disclose counterfeit importer identification after product seizures.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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CUSTOMS SERVICE COUNTERFEIT GOODS INDUSTRY NOTIFICATION MANDATED under a final rule published in the March 12 Federal Register. The document stipulates that the U.S. Customs Service must provide intellectual property rights owners with "certain information regarding the identity of persons involved with importing merchandise that is detained or seized for infringement" of the owner's "registered copyright, trademark or trade name rights." The final rule amending the Customs regs across all product categories will take effect April 13.
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