Wavelength.law Case Study
ENHANCED IP ENFORCEMENT
FOR THE IN-HOUSE LEGAL TEAM OF A GLOBAL IP RICH CONGLOMERATE
To prevent the flow of counterfeit goods in the market.
To optimise their current IP enforcement tools to ensure they are as efficient as possible.
To explore new ways of using their current IP enforcement tools.
Evaluated the client’s current software tools, identifying areas for improvement.
Developed a process for the standardisation and storage of data across the client’s current software tools.
Designed a solution to leverage the data from their existing systems that helps identify networks of IP infringement to prevent future fraud using techniques similar to those used in the Panama Papers investigation.
Efficiency gains through improved data standards and greater knowledge of current systems.
Enhanced insights from a wider and more sophisticated data source.
Innovative collaboration with other stakeholders seeking to enforce IP rights using the resulting insights and data.
Increased IP enforcement through a more targeted and accurate approach.
A more valuable understanding of data, especially data hygiene and storage, can lead to immediately measurable efficiency gains.
The client's goal was to effectively enforce its IP rights to prevent the flow of counterfeit goods in the market and protect its revenue.
The approach was to optimise our client’s current IP enforcement software tools and design a solution that leverages the resulting data to more efficiently and accurately identify IP infringements.
The results were efficiency gains, enhanced insights, innovative collaboration with other stakeholders and increased IP enforcement.
Wavelength.law is the regulated firm of legal engineers, using data engineering and creative design to deliver positive change in the legal sector.