Defendants must monitor their websites on an on-going basis for compliance and must—upon written notice—remove or disable access to any listing that Plaintiffs identify as infringing or that otherwise comes to Defendants’ attention as infringing Plaintiffs’ marks… …The private investigators involved in this case have a substantial track record in federal court litigation. “Evidence adduced through Rob Holmes’ and MI:33s internet investigations has been relied on by multiple courts finding in favor of famous plaintiff brand owners such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Microsoft, Gucci, and others.”
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MI:33 delivers an impressive level of protection, utilizing a number of patented technologies, by gathering and analyzing data, taking down infringements, and banning sellers of such goods on top trading sites including eBay®, iOffer®, Craigslist®, Alibaba®, YouTube® and many others. The team at MI:33 has experience in all steps of online brand protection. For a new company, we can come in and train your employees to better detect offenders online and report those violations. For more seasoned departments, we can be your ‘right hand’ when quarterbacking an elaborate program. Whichever the case, we are a good fit for your company if you have a valuable brand to protect.