Our lawyers have experience in handling ‘precise imitation’ cases. They force companies which systematically and confusingly imitate your products through the courts to cease such activity. This can be done even if your product is not protected by way of an intellectual property right. Precise imitation is in fact unlawful and therefore prohibited.
Our experts are also conversant with other matters relating to an unlawful act, such as taking recourse to the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive. These legal provisions provide consumers with a basis for taking action against unfair commercial practices of companies. An unfair commercial practice against consumers may be involved if a product, due to its appearance or the information relating to it, renders the consumer unable to make an informed purchase decision.