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Combat IP crime with our dynamic legal services

There are many approaches to tackling intellectual property (IP) crime, one of which is enforcement action. If you choose this route, you will require creative and dynamic legal services to support your business and its case.

Civil and criminal prosecutions

FACT has a track record of successful civil litigation and criminal prosecution, meeting the highest operational and legal standards. We have pioneered criminal actions particularly in the digital sector with success in both public and private prosecutions. These have had far reaching impact and resulted in the formation of case law, which has enabled intervention across the world using similar legislation.

Website blocking

Site blocking has proved to be a highly effective response to disrupt access to infringing sites and this service is invaluable to brand and content owners. Blocking orders in the UK and the rest of Europe have significant precedential value, which can assist with litigation in other territories. FACT has a wealth of experience in obtaining site blocking orders in the UK and can provide legal support and evidence to assist you with this strategy.

Expert evidence and witnesses

Recognised as the leaders in intellectual property protection we can provide experienced, qualified and reliable experts to attend court and present evidence. We have extensive experience in this field and can provide experts from across a range of our services, such as forensics or online investigations, to provide specialised knowledge to support and add weight to your case.

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Suppliers of IPTV boxes ordered to pay £267,000 to the Premier League

Three suppliers of pre-loaded IPTV boxes that facilitate mass piracy of Premier League football broadcasts have been ordered to pay a total of £267,000 by the Courts for infringing copyright.

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Multi-agency crackdown on illegal TV set-top boxes results in five arrests

Five people have been arrested today (Wed 8 February) in a crackdown on the sale and distribution of illegal TV set-top devices in the North West of England and Wales.

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