- Mexico City
Counterfeiting is a global problem that introduces unsafe and ineffective products into the marketplace while costing governments and businesses lost tax revenues, income and jobs. Counterfeiters are also a major problem for our clients, resulting in lost sales, markets flooded with poor quality imitations, health and safety risks to consumers who purchase counterfeits, and tarnishment of the brand.
Litigation & ADR
We act in first instance an appellate trademark, design, copyright, passing off and unfair competition litigation and ADR procedures.
We manage global, regional and local offline and online brand enforcement programs and investigations.
We manage global, regional and local trade mark, design and copyright customs recordal programs.
Domain Name Disputes
We recover domain names in all the major domain name dispute resolution forums.
We manage enforcement programs for some of the world’s most valuable brands. Their trust is our best credential.
Size & Reach
Our platform, which includes both B&M offices and agents in 200+ jurisdictions, enables us to offer brand enforcement services globally or in just one country. You choose.
We are consistently rated as one of the IP enforcement practices globally, with more top tier brand practices and brand practitioners in more places than any other firm. We have the right enforcement
resources where you need them.
We have particular expertise on brand enforcement in the luxury and fashion, media, and consumer good sectors.
Our proprietary MAPS system provides you with real time, online access to your enforcement program, allowing intelligent analysis of enforcement activity, trends and cost and process efficiencies.
"Anti-counterfeiting is a real forte of the group, although prosecution and litigation are also handled with flair." – World Trademark Review
"Strong reputation in anti-counterfeiting matters, with standout practice in emerging markets." – Chambers Global
"Close relations with the police and Customs give the group an edge in the fight against fakes." – World Trademark Review