Our Typical Case

Average of 369 Infringers Taken Down

Average of $723,000 Collected

Average Client Spends 3 Hours Total

How It Works

Obtain a Court Order
We Sue the Infringers

Our proven lawyers will use a tried and tested legal strategy that will get you the outcome and damages you deserve.

Collect Damages
The Infringers Pay Up

When the infringers settle or lose the case, we split the case profit 50-50. Edison only gets paid from the case winnings and you never pay us anything.

Lump Sum Cash
We Cover 100% of All Fees

We cover 100% of your legal fees and expenses. With our financial help, you don’t have to risk putting your business’ hard earned cash towards legal work.

How We Stack Up to Other Options
Reporting Software Edison Enforcement Law Firm
Infringers Found Medium High Low
Cost of Service $1,000s/mo $0 $200-500/hr
Time Required Continuous Turnkey Lots
Sales Recovered $0 $100,000s Depends
Permanent Effect No Yes Whack-a-mole!
Best For Little Infringement Lots of Infringement Rich People

A Few Marketplaces We Handle

Are fake versions of your products being sold there?

Our Team

Mike Hart

Chief Executive Officer

Mike has built a multi-million dollar e-commerce business. He has also testified before congress regarding unfair practices on e-commerce marketplaces.

Hilton Hart

Chief Operating Officer

Hilton oversees Edison’s operations. He’s ultimately responsible for keeping our clients' brands safe from IP infringers and counterfeiters.

Jessica Delos Santos

Sr. Legal Analyst

Jessica is our case researcher and data wrangler. We’re able to best understand our clients’ cases because of her evidence gathering and integration of third-party subpoenaed data.

Will Fojtik

Business Development

Will is the first point of contact for our prospective clients. He looks for brands that are being counterfeited and are a perfect match for our enforcement strategy.

Amy McPeak

Operations Manager

Amy manages our enforcement cases, customer service, and vendors. She’s responsible for making sure our clients' cases go smoothly and move on time.

How We Got Started

Mike's e-commerce business was facing an unmanageable amount of trademark, trade dress, copyright, and counterfeit infringement. Every time he reported the infringement to the marketplaces like Amazon and eBay, they would sometimes remove the counterfeit listings but that never fixed the problem. The counterfeiters would often just change their product listings, make new infringing ones, or continue to infringe using different seller accounts.

Unsatisfied with the results of reporting counterfeiters, Mike took the legal route and sued them with the intention of collecting money for his loss of sales and damage to his brand. Mike overwhelmingly won his case and collected multiples of his legal fees in damages from the counterfeiters, even the foreign based ones! Having had to pay Mike's company for their IP infringement, Mike's past infringers now know not to infringe on his IP.

With how successful Mike's case went, he wanted to help other intellectual property owners enforce their IP in the same way that he was able to. Edison has the experience of working with e-commerce marketplaces and counterfeiters to ensure that they stop infringing and damages are collected.

Case History
References Available Upon Request
Product/Brand Enforced Collected
Construction Toy $111,000
Kitchen Tool $126,000
Crafts Toy $113,000
Outdoor Toy $121,000
Construction Toy $1,080,000
Kitchen Tool $284,000
Clothing Brand $30,000
Musical Instrument $450,000
Smoking Device $59,000
Home Good Novelty $1,304,000
Consumer Hand Tool $289,000
Kitchen Accessory $282,000
Manicure $3,200,000
Beauty Brand $3,213,000
Hair Product $373,000
Putty Brand $205,000
Food Prep Device $850,000
Fishing Accessory $290,000
Carpentry Tool $3,105,000
Crafts Toy $1,037,000
Beauty Brand $80,000
Crafts Toy $100,000
Fishing Accessory $450,000
Home Goods $202,000
Construction Toy $100,000

Frequently Asked Questions

1) How do you get infringers and counterfeiters to pay up?

2) How much time will this take my company?

3) What intellectual property do you enforce?

4) How does Edison get paid? What's the catch?

5) Where is Edison based?

6) How will you keep the information I share about my brands, products, or case safe?

7) Why don't I just report the infringers to my marketplace?

8) Do you only focus on Amazon? What marketplaces can you help with?

9) What are the risks?

10) How do we find fakes on so many marketplaces?

11) How much money could I make with Edison?

12) How does the case's collected money get distributed?

13) Will the companies we target retaliate against me?

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