Brand Protection Strategy Summit 2016 Agenda Summit 10.01.16 - Page 19

BIOGRAPHIES PANEL SPEAKERS Jack Chang, Vice Chairman of the Quality Brands Proection Committee (“QBPC” He was one of the founders of the QBPC and was elected as the Chairman from 2003 to 2013 and served as the Honorary Chairman from 2014 to June 2015. Jack is now the Special Counsel to the Chairman of L Brands International. He was the Corporate Senior IP Counsel for Asia for General Electric Company from 2006 to 2014. Before then, he served Johnson & Johnson (“J&J”) for 17 years. Jack was relocated to Shanghai, China, in Jan. 1998 to set up the Asia/Shanghai Office of the Corporate Law Dept. of J&J. Later he set up and led the IP Protection Office of the J&J operating companies in China in addition to his responsibility as the Corporate Assistant General Counsel in Shanghai. Jack served as a pro bono IP Advisor to the Shanghai IP Administration from 2007 to 2014. His comments were adopted into the Chinese Trademark Law, Patent Law, Product Quality Law. Jack was selected by the Managing IP as one of the 50 IP figures in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014. In 2012, Jack was awarded by the Global Anti-counterfeiting Group the prize of Personal Achievement of The Year in Anti-Counterfeiting. Ron Davis recently retired from Qualcomm as the Senior Director of Brand Protection. Recruited in 2005 to establish their Brand Protection Program, Ron was responsible for management of their global brand protection/intellectual property rights investigation and forensic evaluations. In this role, he traveled to China and Asia multiple times each year and worked closely with the Chinese citizens that composed his brand protection team there, as well as the Quality Brands Protection Committee (QBPC) in China . Prior experience includes United States Marine Corps combat helicopter pilot, FBI Special Agent; big-four international security consultant; security director for General Dynamics Space Systems; volunteer security director for Dennis Conner’s successful America’s Cup campaign; global director, corporate security for Honeywell; and anti-counterfeit leader for Cisco Systems, living in Hong Kong, where he created and managed their program to complement ongoing IPR and gray market efforts. He continued his long involvement in the industry as the only U.S. based Vice Chairman of the 215+ corporate member QBPC. Upon announcing retirement Ron was elected as QBPC’s Vice Chairman Emeritus and “Goodwill Ambassador” to the United States. He has been designated a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). He is also a long term member of the Board of Directors, not-for-profit, Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC). Mr. Davis was selected in May, 2011 as a member of the A-CAPP Industry Advisory Board and served a term as President. Given his unique experience, Ron is recognized as one of the most experienced professionals in the brand protection space and brings a valuable perspective from having lived/worked in Hong Kong/China/Asia. Ron is currently working with the A-CAPP Center as an Industry Fellow and pursuing opportunities to share his unique knowledge with other brand protection professionals. 15