Copyright infringement is a growing problem in the United States and worldwide. It takes form in intellectual property theft, software theft, music and movie piracy, bootlegging and imitation products, etc. Investigation into these matters takes experience and knowledge of the law. Such issues as entrapment, chain of evidence procedures and proper documentation need to be considered to successfully bring a case to conclusion.
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Intellectual Property Service
Intellectal Property Service
$95 – $125/hour
- Investigation of counterfeit products, copyright infringement, intellectual property theft, etc.
- Includes research of violations, identity of perpetrators
- Includes surveillance at manufacturing or retail locations
- Undercover operatives at all levels of production and sales
- Procurement of evidence, chain of evidence, court testimony
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