After Canada Goose taking Chinese counterfeit sellers to court, Red Points takes a closer look at the trade in counterfeit outdoor apparel.
A look into Red Points’ research on fake designer clothes for sale online, as well as consumer opinion and shopping behavior.
Trademark covers not only brand names and logos, but extends even to colors. Red Points takes a look at a landmark case of color mark.
From The Rolling Stones to Alt-J, how musicians struggle to protect their trademarks and art from those who want to capitalise on their cool brands.
After initially being plagued by fakes on social media, designer watch brand, the 5TH, used Red Points' technology and watched their counterfeit problem disappear.
There is an emerging niche trend in counterfeits, and it threatens to destroy luxury fashion. Why are replicas so dangerous?
We look at why consumers are gradually buying more mid-range products, and how the counterfeit industry is responding.
Red Points investigates actions against fake wedding and prom dresses, an ongoing problem for luxury brands despite their usually-disappointing appearance.
The fight against counterfeit goods is one that almost every major international brand is part of, and for good reason.Counterfeits threaten brands by diminishing the exclusivity that luxury products offer. But most approaches to the fight against counterfeiting tend to a stopgap response that ignores the root issues.
Increasingly when authorities seize counterfeit products, they donate them to a local charity to sell for profit, however this practice has faced criticism from both rights holders and officials governing bodies. The problem is more complex than it would first appear.