TM Eye have today commenced pro active monitoring of markets and the Internet on behalf of Links of London.
TM Eye Director David McKelvey said,”We have historically seen Links of London fake jewellery and watches on sale in the markets and internet and have had some considerable success in recovering such goods in raids and operational activity when acting for other Rights Holders.
From today we will be targeting those selling counterfeit Links of London products and will pursue anyone found doing so through the criminal courts by way of private criminal prosecutions”.
On 14 February 2013, TM Eye detectives working in partnership with the Metropolitan Police attended a stall operating within the Canal Market in Camden openly selling counterfeit high end watches and branded leather goods. A Surrey man running the stall was served with a criminal summons for a number of Trademark offences and will appear at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court on 28 February 2013.
This was the culmination of a three month covert operation by TM Eye. The prosecution is being mounted as a private criminal prosecution by TM Eye on behalf of Louis Vuitton and Cartier. A large number of fake watches and leather goods were recovered from brands including Rolex, Breitling, Gucci, Ferrari, D&G, and many others.
TM Eye Director David McKelvey said, “this was a successful operation mounted with Camden Police with the full support of Camden Trading Standards. The stall was operating openly causing huge damage to the brands involved. TM Eye will pursue anyone selling fake goods that impact on our clients brands and ensure that they are brought to justice through the criminal courts. We will continue to ‘catch and convict’ those involved. We have recovered watches that if genuine would be worth several hundred thousand pounds.”
For further information please contact David at email@example.com.