The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit of the City of London police has warned shoppers of the dangers of counterfeit goods ahead of Valentine’s Day.
Amazon has warned investors, reportedly for the first time, about the risk of counterfeits on its online platform.
American fashion brand Abercrombie & Fitch is suing unnamed defendants for distributing counterfeit clothing items which the company claims infringe its trademarks.
Alibaba has announced success in its efforts to reduce IP infringement on its Taobao online marketplace, according to reports.
The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit has announced that the UK Intellectual Property Office will continue to fund the force beyond June 2019.
French fashion brand Chanel has accused almost 100 (94) online entities of producing and distributing counterfeit goods through internet-based stores.
Footwear brand Deckers, which owns UGG, has filed a trademark lawsuit against online counterfeiters in China.
Luxury fashion brand Chanel has accused 33 unknown entities of trademark infringement and online counterfeiting in a complaint filed at the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida on Monday, November 26.
More than one million copyright-infringing domain names involved in distributing counterfeit items have been seized in the past year, according to a release shared by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Monday, November 26.
The City of London’s Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit has urged consumers to buy electrical products from reputable sellers, along with providing advice to help shoppers avoid fakes.