Protecting Your Clients' Intellectual Property
Rights is Priority One!
Intellectual property teams regularly rely on Page Vault to securely capture any website, automate
social media expansions, and preserve videos, all while staying out of the chain of custody.
Our Patented Cloud-based Platform Helps:
- Preserve infringing content before it is removed
- Strengthen cases with legally admissible web captures
- Preserve critical metadata, such as time of capture and hash values
- Save time and streamline digital evidence collection
- Obtain exhibit-ready images and videos for litigation
- Produce affidavits to authenticate the evidence
Page Vault is Trusted by Top Legal Teams
of the AmLaw200
of the 20 largest eDiscovery consultants
“Our IP practice runs on Page Vault.” – AmLaw100 Firm
“The very first time we used Page Vault, it came through for us! Our client was suing a competitor for false advertising. With your help, we were able to capture the company’s false claims on Twitter, which were subsequently deleted, and prove our case.” – Leading IP Law Firm
Web Pages & Websites
IP Use Examples
- Infringement of Client’s Trademarks
- False and Misleading Advertisements
- Unauthorized Online Sales of Merchandise
- Leaked Images and Video Disputes
- Unauthorized Logo Use
- Franchisor and Franchisee Disputes
- Submissions to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
The Importance of Metadata and Affidavits for Admissible Digital Evidence (Cristo v. Cayabyab)
Cristo v. Cayabyab, No. 18-CV-00561-BLF, 2020 WL 1531349 (N.D. Cal. 2020) exemplifies the criticality of proper digital evidence authentication in legal proceedings, especially intellectual property litigation.
Admissibility Risks of Submitting Simple Screenshots as Evidence (Disney v. Sarelli)
Disney Enterprises, Inc. v. Sarelli, 322 F. Supp. 3d 413 (S.D.N.Y. 2018) demonstrates the importance of obtaining quality captures of digital content and providing a detailed affidavit authenticating the evidence.
Capturing Online Evidence Before It's Gone (Specht v. Google)
Specht v. Google Inc., 747 F.3d 929 (7th Cir. 2014) highlights the criticality of establishing rigorous online evidence collection processes.
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