Another aspect of Continental Enterprises’ work involves coordinating with domestic and foreign law enforcement for the criminal prosecution of intellectual property infringers.
STOP THE PIRATES
We have repeatedly warned a counterfeiter to stop using our trademark but they will not. What can we do to get counterfeiters prosecuted?
We work closely with U.S. Customs, the IRS, USPS, FBI, and other agencies. We also utilize the resources of state attorneys general, county prosecutors, and state and local police agencies to rapidly initiate criminal investigations when time is of the essence.
We plan to introduce a new product or service. What can we do to ensure our intellectual property is protected?
Although common law trademark rights can be acquired through a period of extended use, relying solely on these rights can hinder the growth and protection of your brand. Registering your trademarks both domestically and abroad is essential to the development of your intellectual property portfolio.
We are losing revenue because someone is making a product that looks exactly like ours. Can we recover the lost money?
Continental’s aggressive approach to asset recovery allows you to take action against infringers at all levels of production, distribution and sales. This has a significant impact on the market for counterfeit and infringing goods while diminishing the impact on your budget.