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Mark T. Elliot

Executive Vice President

The Global Intellectual Property Center

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The Global Intellectual Property Center

1615 H Street , NW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20062

United States

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Executive Vice President of the Global Intellectual Property Center

U.S. Chamber of Commerce


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Pfizer Inc


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Press Releases | Global Intellectual Property Center

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Chamber of Commerce Global Intellectual Property Center Executive Vice President Mark Elliot released the following statement praising a copyright review proposal announced today by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) and Ranking Member John Conyers, Jr. (D-Mich.): "We applaud House Judiciary Committee Chairman Goodlatte and Ranking Member Conyers for their thoughtful and [...]
WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Chamber of Commerce Global Intellectual Property Center Executive Vice President Mark Elliot issued the following statement today in response to a decision from the Supreme People's Court of China, which upheld Michael Jordan's right to his name. GIPC Executive Vice President Mark Elliot issued the following statement: "Asia-Pacific leaders took an important [...] ACTA, Brazil, CACP, Canada, China, Clean Technology, Copyright, Counterfeiting, Counterfeiting and Piracy, Dangerous Fakes, David Hirschmann, Economy, Enforcement, Europe, GIPC Events, GIPC Index, ICE, India, innovation, International, International IP Index, Internet, IP Champions, IP Creates Jobs, IP Delivers, IPEC, IP Summit, jobs, legislation, Mark Elliot, Measuring Momentum, National IP Strategy, patent, Piracy, Research Report, Rogue sites, safety, Special 301, State Fact Sheets, TPP, Trade, trade secrets, TTIP, USTR, Voices of IP


Mark Elliot, Executive Vice President | Global Intellectual Property Center

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Mark Elliot, Executive Vice President
Mark Elliot, Executive Vice President Mark Elliot is executive vice president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC). In this capacity, Elliot provides strategic leadership to GIPC's comprehensive initiative to protect the intellectual property rights that are vital to creating jobs, growing the economy, and enhancing U.S. competitiveness. Elliot joined GIPC in 2011 after nearly 10 years at Pfizer Inc., where he most recently developed and implemented public affairs strategies across the developed world as senior director for International Public Affairs. Before moving to New York in 2009, Elliot, a native Australian, served on the Pfizer Australia and New Zealand leadership team and led the public affairs team. In this position, Elliot contributed to the Australia-U.S. Free Trade Agreement negotiations and various other national initiatives that impacted Australia's pharmaceutical industry. Prior to joining Pfizer, Elliot worked as corporate general manager for Solution 6 Group, Australia's largest IT company, where he developed and executed a comprehensive rebranding strategy for the company across its 36 offices in 11 countries. He also worked at IBM Global Services Australia, where he served on the communications team. Before entering the private sector, Elliot held a number of policy and media affairs roles within the Australian Federal Government and the New South Wales State Government for nearly ten years, covering the portfolios of justice, police, attorney general, environment and the media office of the prime minister. Elliot is a graduate from the University of Wollongong in New South Wales, Australia. ACTA, Brazil, CACP, Canada, China, Clean Technology, Copyright, Counterfeiting, Counterfeiting and Piracy, Dangerous Fakes, David Hirschmann, Economy, Enforcement, Europe, GIPC Events, GIPC Index, ICE, India, innovation, International, International IP Index, Internet, IP Champions, IP Creates Jobs, IP Delivers, IPEC, IP Summit, jobs, legislation, Mark Elliot, Measuring Momentum, National IP Strategy, patent, Piracy, Research Report, Rogue sites, safety, Special 301, State Fact Sheets, TPP, Trade, trade secrets, TTIP, USTR, Voices of IP


Staff | Global Intellectual Property Center

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Mark Elliot, Executive Vice President
Mark Elliot, Executive Vice President Mark Elliot is executive vice president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC). In this capacity, Elliot provides strategic leadership to GIPC's comprehensive initiative to protect the intellectual property rights that are vital to creating jobs, growing the economy, and enhancing U.S. competitiveness. Elliot joins GIPC after nine years at Pfizer Inc., where he most recently developed and implemented public affairs strategies across the developed world as senior director for International Public Affairs. Before moving to New York in 2009, Elliot, a native Australian, served on the Pfizer Australia and New Zealand leadership team and led the public affairs team. In this position, Elliot contributed to Pharmaceutical Benefit Scheme Reform negotiations and implementation, Australia-U.S. Free Trade Agreement negotiations, and various other national initiatives that impacted Australia's pharmaceutical industry. ACTA, Brazil, CACP, Canada, China, Clean Technology, Copyright, Counterfeiting, Counterfeiting and Piracy, Dangerous Fakes, David Hirschmann, Economy, Enforcement, Europe, GIPC Events, GIPC Index, ICE, India, innovation, International, International IP Index, Internet, IP Champions, IP Creates Jobs, IP Delivers, IPEC, IP Summit, jobs, legislation, Mark Elliot, Measuring Momentum, National IP Strategy, patent, Piracy, Research Report, Rogue sites, safety, Special 301, State Fact Sheets, TPP, Trade, trade secrets, TTIP, USTR, Voices of IP


Measuring Momentum | Global Intellectual Property Center

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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) Executive Vice President Mark Elliot issued the following statement regarding the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative's (USTR) 2014 Special 301 Report, which identifies markets that fail to provide adequate and effective intellectual property (IP) rights protection.
Yesterday before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere, Mark Elliot, executive vice president of the U.S. Chamber's Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) provided testimony on key intellectual property (IP) matters related to NAFTA and the North American region. Tags: Canada, Derek Burney, House Foreign Affairs, International IP Index, Mark Elliot, Measuring Momentum, Mexico, NAFTA, TPP, Trade ACTA, Brazil, CACP, Canada, China, Clean Technology, Copyright, Counterfeiting, Counterfeiting and Piracy, Dangerous Fakes, David Hirschmann, Economy, Enforcement, Europe, GIPC Events, GIPC Index, ICE, India, innovation, International, International IP Index, Internet, IP Champions, IP Creates Jobs, IP Delivers, IPEC, IP Summit, jobs, legislation, Mark Elliot, Measuring Momentum, National IP Strategy, patent, Piracy, Research Report, Rogue sites, safety, Special 301, State Fact Sheets, TPP, Trade, trade secrets, TTIP, USTR, Voices of IP


Staff | Global Intellectual Property Center

www.theglobalipcenter.org [cached]

Mark Elliot
Mark Elliot is executive vice president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC). In this capacity, Elliot provides strategic leadership to GIPC's comprehensive initiative to protect the intellectual property rights that are vital to creating jobs, growing the economy, and enhancing U.S. competitiveness. Elliot joins GIPC after nine years at Pfizer Inc., where he most recently developed and implemented public affairs strategies across the developed world as senior director for International Public Affairs. Before moving to New York in 2009, Elliot, a native Australian, served on the Pfizer Australia and New Zealand leadership team and led the public affairs team. In this position, Elliot contributed to Pharmaceutical Benefit Scheme Reform negotiations and implementation, Australia-U.S. Free Trade Agreement negotiations, and various other national initiatives that impacted Australia's pharmaceutical industry.


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