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Kristina Montanaro Schrader and Maia Woodhouse have authored an article in a newly published guide to U.S. anti-counterfeiting law for World Trademark Review, a publication covering the commercial and international practice of trademark law. 

In their piece, "Procedures and Strategies for Anti-Counterfeiting: United States," Kristina and Maia lay out the legal framework of anti-counterfeiting enforcement in the United States, including the Lanham Act; measures undertaken by U.S. Customs and Border Protection; the role of the International Trade Commission; criminal prosecution; civil enforcement; anti-counterfeiting on the internet and U.S. litigation; and preventative measures and strategies to build an effective, multidimensional approach to anti-counterfeiting.

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