Incopro Legal Network
Incopro works with a wide network of law firms around the world, ensuring that our customers have access to local knowledge and regional expertise.
The Incopro Legal Network (ILN) is an international group of trusted legal partners and experts who are market leaders in their territories in online rights protection. This Network provides access to legal expertise to meet the evolving challenges of online and offline IP infringement.
As part of this unique offering, the ILN is adept at delivering key services such as:
- Civil recovery/damages
- Stock seizures
- Domain recovery
The ILN’s recommendations and insights are fueled by key data collected on infringer networks from Talisman, our online brand protection technology. The network is consulted when building new Talisman features to ensure enforcement is effective across all platforms and jurisdictions.
The ILN law firms are market leaders in online rights protection in their territories. The network currently covers the following countries: Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States. Incopro is actively seeking new network partners in other jurisdictions.
Current members of the Incopro Legal Network are listed below:
Online & offline: a one-stop shop for brand protection
Through the Incopro Legal Network, we offer a one-stop shop for your online & offline IP requirements – from investigations to litigation.
We can provide referrals to local legal advisors across many geographies, ensuring that our service can provide a truly global solution.
Beyond law firms, we also work with leading offline investigation agencies. This provides our customers with the ability to investigate and close the premises of illegal operations they discover that are infringing on their IP.
The Incopro Legal Network (ILN) contribute to our Legal Insights series, with pieces exploring changes to the regulatory landscape and providing expert analysis of recent litigation efforts.
Legal experts at Nordemann set out why it is critical that EU Member States implement Article 17 of the DSM Directive uniformly.Read more
Even as a “neutral intermediary provider”, Facebook is ordered to do more to ban advertisements for counterfeits from its platform. Read analysis by ILN member LXA.Read more
A “Code of Conduct on the use of influencers in advertising” has been established in Spain. Legal experts at ILN member Santiago Mediano Abogados analyze the new Code and it’s implications for the industry.Read more
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