In the world of IP Cybercrime, there is no industry that gets hit harder than the fashion industry. A designer comes up with a product that captivates the world, then establishes a brand that does the same. Once the signature, designs, brand and trademarks are established, it is open season for the criminals. Once the opportunists get their hooks into your brand, they will not let go until it is not profitable for them to do so. This is where we come in.
In the world we currently live, fashion commerce is more likely to be done online than in the physical world at a brick and mortar store. This means that, if your suspect has a brick and mortar presence, they are likely to be selling online. No matter what other facts exist, if your fashion brand is selling, someone is knocking you off. We were the first company to connect criminals’ marketing techniques in a federal case. We were also the firm retained to make the case against the first ever web host found liable for counterfeiting. Not only that, we were also the only firm capable in proving an online marketplace was liable for its sellers’ counterfeiting activities. We had front row seats to East Coast flea markets, Canal Street in New York and Los Angeles’ Santee Alley during their greatest volume arrests and busts. Our firm has been contracted by all of the world’s largest luxury brands and succeeded in bring their cases to the most beneficial ends.
Did you know that IP Cybercrime has won major landmark cases for Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Chloe, Tiffany, Panerai, Van Cleef and Arpels, Stella McCartney, Yves Saint Laurent, and Mont Blanc? Well, now you do. There is no company that the biggest fashion brands trust over IP Cybercrime.
If you’re in fashion, we can help you.