Hewlett-Packard honors N.C. secretary of state N.C.
Secretary of State Elaine Marshall has been recognized by
Hewlett-Packard for her department’s efforts against the sale of
counterfeit computers. Marshall
and Special Agent in Charge of Trademark Enforcement Marvin Clark were
presented with awards by the computer equipment manufacturer last
week.State investigators worked with HP in October to charge a Beaufort
man with criminal use of a counterfeit trademark. The suspect, John
William Glisson II, had allegedly sold counterfeit toner and ink
cartridges over his Web site.The awards were presented at the annual
training conference of the N.C. Anti-Counterfeit Task Force, an office
established by Marshall in 2004.