Intellectual Property Protection

Your brand and your content are some of your most important assets and vital to protect. Online piracy and counterfeiting of your products can harm your revenue and damage consumer trust

Designed to detect, disrupt and dismantle intellectual property (IP) crime, our intelligence and investigation services will protect your brand and prevent IP infringements, both online and offline.

With extensive in-house experience and excellent relationships with law enforcement we are leaders in IP protection.

Best known for our work with the audio-visual industry and the protection of TV programmes, films and sports broadcasting, we are using our experience and capabilities to support all those affected by attacks on their intellectual property.

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Get in touch today to find out how we can protect and assist your organisation.

Phone: +44 (0)20 8891 1217 Email: [email protected]

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Illegal streaming service shut down and man arrested

A West Mercia police operation working closely with FACT have arrested a man in Shrewsbury in connection with suspected illegal streaming of premium television channels, and other copyrighted material. A 56 year old man was arrested under section 44 of the Serious Crime Act and Section 11 of the Fraud Act on suspicion of facilitating … Continued