US-based law firm Epstein Drangel joins the Incopro Legal Network

US-based law firm Epstein Drangel joins the Incopro Legal Network

Epstein Drangel, LLP – becomes the latest addition to the Incopro Legal Network of international anti-counterfeiting law experts

20 MAY 2021, LONDON — Incopro, the online brand protection provider, announced today that the leading U.S. intellectual property boutique, EPSTEIN DRANGEL, LLP, has joined the growing Incopro Legal Network (ILN) of law firms offering anti-counterfeiting advice to brands and IP-owning businesses.

The ILN is an international group of trusted legal partners and experts who are market leaders in their territories in IP protection and enforcement. Along with Epstein Drangel LLP in the United States, the ILN has partners from: Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

Epstein Drangel LLP is a leading intellectual property law firm with offices in New York, Los Angeles, South Carolina and Beijing, China. Epstein Drangel LLP specializes in devising new and creative methods to protect and enforce their clients’ IP rights having successfully expanded the laws on obtaining restraining orders against on-line platform storefronts and freezing seller assets, the scope of trade dress protection and unfair competition, the constitutional limits of the U.S. Anti-Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, and the limited privilege protection for certain alleged confidential documents. Epstein Drangel LLP is actively involved in the global intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting community and are known as innovators in its field of practice. Since the tactics and techniques of counterfeiters continuously evolve, Epstein Drangel, LLP is able to draw from 20+ years of experience in the anti-counterfeiting space to develop and implement custom, flexible strategies to enforce its clients’ intellectual property rights. 

Just recently The New York Times ran a feature article on how Epstein Drangel, LLP defends the globally popular Off-White brand from counterfeiters:

Epstein Drangel, LLP also recently partnered with Global City Media Post, known for producing the Luxury Law Summit, to launch the inaugural Anti-Counterfeiting World Law Summit:

Simon Baggs, CEO at Incopro commented:

“I am delighted to welcome Epstein Drangel to the Incopro Legal Network. We have worked on many projects together and it’s great to now take our collaboration to the next level.  I am sure that Incopro’s customers will benefit enormously from the expertise that they bring.”

Ashly Sands, Partner and head of the anti-counterfeiting group at Epstein Drangel, LLP said:

“Modern anti-counterfeiting requires innovative legal and brand protection strategies in and out of the courtroom and on and off-line. We look forward to working with the Incopro Legal Network which we believe will expand our successful cooperation with Incopro to date, strengthen our leadership position in the anti-counterfeiting space, and grow our already robust network of global partners, especially with those that share our objective of providing tailored and inventive services to our clients to achieve results.”


Incopro uses technology to find and remove online brand misuse. Over 750 brands use Incopro to protect their consumers and revenues. Customers include Mondelēz International, Dr. Martens, Reckitt Benckiser, Superdry, New Era, Brother, Adobe, and Ted Baker. Incopro’s analyst teams in the U.S., Europe and China use data science and machine learning technology to secure removal of brand misuse online. Incopro was founded in London in 2012 by CEO and IP lawyer Simon Baggs, and CTO and system architect, Bret Boivin.

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