Blum appears in BBC’s ‘Counterfeit goods: EU hears case on online purchases’ report
Jeremy Blum, associate at Bristows, has appeared in a BBC report on the European Union’s (EU’s) hearing of a case involving the online purchase of counterfeit goods.
In the BBC News report, entitled ‘Counterfeit goods: EU hears case on online purchases’, Blum told BBC World how the case arose after a Danish man knowingly bought a fake Rolex watch from China.
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