We served as local counsel to one of the largest mobile phone manufacturers in the world in a matter involving the production of counterfeit products. Our client filed suit against a company that was improperly producing a product and distributing this product under our client’s name. This counterfeit product was shown to have the potential to catch fire and cause bodily harm. We were successful in obtaining a favorable settlement for our client.
Representation of Phone Manufacturer Against Counterfeit Production Company
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