The National Attorneys General Training & Research Institute
USPTO and NAGTRI: Workshop on Intellectual Property and Consumer Protection
This workshop will focus on the intersection of intellectual property and consumer protection, and will provide information on how the U.S. government can assist in matters involving the theft of intellectual property, with an emphasis on anti-counterfeiting activities and illicit trade. This course is open to attorney general staff from Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. This training is appropriate for assistant attorneys general and investigators, especially those focusing on consumer protection matters.
Two scholarships will be provided per attorney general office to attend the training. Scholarship recipients will be funded for one round-trip coach air or train fare from their home city to the training destination, hotel accommodations, meals at the federal per diem rate, and transportation from the airport to the hotel. Please note that in order to qualify for a scholarship, recipients must reside at least 50 miles from the training site. To learn more about the offerings of this training, including additional scholarship information, please visit this .
If an attorney general office would like to send more than two attendees, additional space is available, but the attorney general office would be responsible for a $30 registration fee per non-scholarship attendee, and other costs of the non-scholarship attendee, including the travel, lodging, and per diem. Contact should you wish to send non-scholarship attendees.