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Digital Brand Protection

From concept to market, we work across borders to protect your most valuable brands and intellectual property. Our team of lawyers has years of experience battling counterfeiting, piracy, and product diversion on a global scale. We use an innovative and proactive approach in working with our clients to develop effective brand protection programs that prevent or reduce the negative impact counterfeiting and IP theft has on your business.

Online Brand Protection

To proactively protect your brand on the internet, we are offering online brand protection legal services. Online brand protection requires vigilant monitoring of numerous Internet market platforms for adequate protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights. We offer watch and monitoring services, as well as custom trademark enforcement and protection programs tailored to client needs. To fully protect a brand, we may also monitor for copyright and patent infringement. Any third party use of another’s intellectual property has the potential to damage brand reputation, so we provide comprehensive IP monitoring services.

Brand reputation across global markets is a key element of a company’s success. Because of the complexity of the global market, global reach of the internet and social media, brands can lose control of their message and certain costly missteps can occur along the way that can ruin a brand’s reputation. Brands need to have a worldwide view and take into consideration brand enforcement and brand reputation.

Our lawyers have extensive experience both domestically and internationally, and counsel clients at every stage of brand development. We also work with a trusted global network of professionals. The Brand Management & Protection Practice Group formulates and executes customized trademark monitoring, enforcement and licensing programs to protect our clients’ brands and maximize the value and scope of their trademark rights.

Currently, trademark clearance, online brand protection, and anti-piracy are fragmented fields with competing budgets and priorities. With our lawyer, however, it is possible to strategically consolidate your partners and providers into one — creating cost and time savings for you and providing everything your brand clients need.

Protecting the value of your brand online is a lot to do with reputation management. In the age of the internet and social media, brands are global, accessible and more easy to engage with than ever before.

Online brand protection services from The Case Lawyer seek to protect the credibility and equity you have built within your business and include our enforcement, monitoring and detection capabilities.

We help online brands eliminate unauthorized sellers without wasting any time. Our unmatched e-commerce experience provides our law firm and in turn, our clients with a natural understanding of the true causes of unauthorized seller issues.

It is crucial to identify and comprehend the source or sources of unauthorized products and fully review a brands supply chain and manufacturing practices and processes to ensure all causes of harm are eliminated.

Our Legal Services

Online Monitoring for Brand Protection

Legal Action against IP Infringement

DMCA Takedown Action Services

Internet Domain Name Dispute Resolution

Advertising and Marketing Review and Clearance

Website Legal Compliance & Online Privacy

Legal Action against Counterfeiting & Piracy

Software & App Counterfeiting Enforcement

Copyright Counterfeiting Enforcement

Anti-Counterfeiting & Trademark Piracy

Amazon Seller’s Lawyer Services

Legal Documents & Contract Drafting Services

Litigation & Arbitration


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Kemp House, 152-160, City Road, London, United Kingdom, EC1V 2NX
+92 (313) 545 6596
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How to protect brands online?

We have identified six key attributes that would create a near perfect protection for the modern brand.

  1. Speed: We have seen the pace at which things change and adapt on the internet and so any worthwhile solution we need to be able to keep pace with those changes. If counterfeiters are able to adapt fast enough that the solution becomes redundant then it’s not going to be a solution for very long.
  2. Scale: Online counterfeiting is an enormous venture and there are huge online marketplaces that have become completely inundated with counterfeit products and other online sites and platforms that offer near unleading catalogues of pirated content clearly employing a lara to come through the entire internet is not a viable solution. So the ideal solution must be able to process vast amounts of data.
  3. Accuracy: Any solution that ends up punishing legitimate businesses must not be implemented. The solution has to be carefully measured so that only illegal IP infringing products and sellers are removed. A process which doesn’t comply with this would be unjust, unethical and could also bring legal trouble back against the companies that implement it.
  4. Cost effectiveness: A big issue we discussed in this class is that using buyers to do this work can end up extremely costly. After all, a main reason for fighting content fitters is to improve the company’s profits, a system that costs as much money as it saves has no use.
  5. Optimize the legal team: Our law firm provides an invaluable service to companies as we offer a deep understanding of law generally unattainable by those uneducated in law. So this ideal brand protection system should free up the ordinary lawyers and allow them to work to the best of their abilities.
  6. International law: Referring to the issue of globalized markets and no globalized law, a modern brand protection system in spite of cross-border legal complications. It should ideally be effective enough that stubborn and incompatible difficulties in international law do not prevent the system from functioning who are the key players.
How does the internet aid IP infringements?

Because of the internet, people have a greater ability than ever to communicate with each other. It also has provided a near unlimited market of customers for counterfeiters who operate online.  The reach of online communication channels has meant that businesses have had geographical market restrictions lifted in a huge way and they have gained access to a global market almost overnight.

The improved communications has also cut out the middleman and manufacturers can now communicate with and sell directly to the end consumer so they don’t have as much need for regional distributors.

What this means for brand protection is a massively more difficult job for border and customs officials since illegal goods are shipped in huge containers together but in millions of little packages it would be a monumental task to physically search each and every package that crosses a national border so more chances are able to slip through the cracks.

Anonymity is another key part of the internet which has become an especially useful defense for counterfeiters in a couple of key ways as no one can over-certain the true identity of sellers online.

The ability to hide your identity makes it that much easier to fool customers meaning the perception of legitimacy can be created that will promote trust in the seller. This is essential as online purchases are based on trust in a physical shop. The customer has the opportunity to examine the exact article that they are buying and would have a chance to check.

However, on the internet, the customer has to trust the vendor to sell legitimate goods. They have to trust that the image used to display the product is really representative of what they will receive and not just an image taken from a legitimate site.

This is especially problematic on certain online marketplaces where a number of sellers offer the same products and all share the same listing on the platform.

Counterfeits and legitimate products are all bundled together shielded from deeper inspection.  By using their anonymity, websites are also a fantastic tool for counterfeiters because a new site can be created in a matter of seconds.

There is no need to find a new physical store to rent and sell from nor a different neighborhood for street sellers.

If a website is taking down it’s not challenging to set it back up in a different URL and to continue selling.

Furthermore, tools like VPNs or Virtual Private Networks allow internet users to hide their physical location and they provide an extra level of defense for online IP infringers of all types combined with issues of anonymity.

How well do traditional methods of brand protection cope?

There are a number of key players in the traditional method: lawmakers write up the new laws to ensure that IP infringements are illegal. Even in ways that are very modern like when databases were granted copyright protections in Europe in 1996.

Once clear laws and protections are in place then border patrols and customs officials work to prevent counterfeit products entering the country.

Once counterfeits are in a country and are being sold then it’s up to the law enforcement agencies to find those people selling counterfeits and to bring them to justice.

Overall the job tends to fall to company lawyers who gather evidence and can start legal action against infringers.

How well is this method working?

In short, it’s been difficult for traditional brand protection staff to cope with the changes because the sheer volume of infringements being found online is incredible.

A legal team tasked with fighting this ocean of infringements is doing work that is necessary to protect the brand of the company they work for but it’s very slow and very expensive.

It’s also not using the reason and abilities of lawyers to the full extent instead of trudging through an unending list of individual infringing cases.

Lawyers are better utilized in key battles against repeat offenders and the industry hierarchy announcing investigations into the supply chain of mass counterfeit production trying to scale up the size of custom agencies so they can tackle all this individual packaging being shipped to the end customer isn’t exactly feasible.

Either it would simply be too expensive for governments to employ the army of staff required to check every small package and even when counterfeits are found and confiscated.

The internet has made the color fitting industry so cost effective that the seller has no qualms with resetting a replacement item.

Also, removal of offending websites hasn’t really worked well either. The pirate bay is a clear example of this. The infamous torrent platform is removed routinely by governmental agencies only to reappear with a slightly different URL hosted from a different IP address sites like this are like a hydra when it loses a head.

The globalization of communications and commerce, any two people with an internet connection are now able to communicate with each other and they are able to sell things to each other but law and law enforcement have not quite caught up with the pace and scale of issues that ecommerce has brought to sovereign nations.

Dealings and regulations protections might work well within a country but these protections often don’t travel across borders.

Using traditional brand protection methods, lawyers and law enforcement against this new breed of problem is ineffective to fight today’s technological problems with yesterday’s strategies, litigation policy and other established practices.

A new approach is needed to confront an online counterfeiting one which combines these traditional methods with the capabilities of a modern technological solution. We’ve looked at the internet and the problems it brings for people in our situation.

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