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It used to be that counterfeit goods were contained to street corners and back alley lanes in Asia, but now in this digital world counterfeit goods are widely available all over the globe, exposing new threats to both businesses and...
The SnapDragon team is excited to attend our very first Toy Fair at Olympia London on the 23rd – 25th January 2018....
There has been coverage in the press recently about the biggest investigation in Britain into fake goods on social media which identified tens of thousands of listings for counterfeit products on Facebook, including potentially dangerous items....
SnapDragon is made up of a team of tenacious, experienced, multi-lingual professionals who know what it takes to defend a brand online.  We use intellectual property rights to defend your brand on e-commerce platforms across the world.  ...
Have you ever thought about counterfeit cuisine while tucking into your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner? Food fraud, the criminal activity of making profit by substituting expensive ingredients for cheaper ones, hit the headlines in Britain when the horse-meat scandal broke out in 2013. After...
Counterfeit goods are fake items deliberately made to look genuine. The issue of their prevalence within the luxury brand industry is well-documented, less well-known is the significant amount of counterfeits within the toy and nursery sector....
SnapDragon is delighted to be exhibiting at ABC Kids Expo on 17 – 19 October in Las Vegas where we will be giving free tips on online brand protection....
FREE SEMINAR: Hot Tips for Protecting Your Brand Online, Saturday 16th September at 2.30pm in the Trend Forum....
Historically, national trademark offices in Europe had been divided about the scope of protection given to black and white trademarks. Several offices (including the UK Intellectual Property Office) had treated these marks as providing protection in all colours, while others...
Kellogg’s is taking Australian tennis player Thanasi Kokkinakis to court over his attempt to trademark his “Special K” nickname. The food giant, which registered the Australian trademark for Special K in 1955 to protect its signature cereal brand, wants to...