Marbury recognizes that our clients work hard to build their brands and reputations, both in the U.S. and abroad, and we want to make sure their brands are protected. The brand protection challenges presented by infringing products, counterfeiting, pirated products, and grey market goods are numerous and complex. We have the experience, resources, and agility to address the brand protection challenges faced by our clients and to cost-effectively safeguard our clients’ brands.
Our experience enables us to develop brand protection strategies tailored to our clients’ specific markets, supply chains, and business goals. Protecting our clients’ brands is our priority. We work with our clients to understand their businesses and make their business goals a central part of our advice. We believe in designing strong brand protection strategies that are proactive, multifaceted, and aggressive. We focus on identifying and recording our clients’ IP related to their brands, educating all relevant parties who can contribute to the protection of our clients’ brands, monitoring and investigating suspected infringers and counterfeiters, and enforcing our clients’ rights through the most cost-effective, time-efficient, and direct mechanisms available.
Marbury’s deep bench of talented attorneys have intellectual property enforcement experience in local and federal courts, as well as before the U.S. administrative agencies responsible for enforcing U.S. Customs, anti-counterfeiting, and Lanham Act infringement laws. Marbury attorneys routinely interact with both government officials and private investigators to marshal the forces necessary to commence and implement civil and criminal action to protect our clients' brands and products. Additionally, our attorneys have experience working abroad to protect brands in today’s global marketplace.
Protecting our clients’ brands is as important to us as it is to our clients. Let us make protecting your brand our priority.