“We are pleased to announce that the report, training materials and resources on interventions to combat counterfeit goods that could harm the health of human, animals or planets are now available,” says Widener Law Visiting Distinguished Professor Michele Forzley
, who recently released the report Counterfeit Goods and the Public’s Health and Safety; A study of interventions
The report identifies successful efforts taken throughout the world to combat trafficking in counterfeit products and minimize the effects such goods can have on public health and safety. In addition to the report itself, the accompanying website offers visitors access to a number of resources stemming from the report, including training materials for regulators, legislators and law enforcement available free of cost.
In the accompanying video, Professor Forzley discusses the project and the resources available on the website, www.counterfeitgoodshealth.net
, which include: