We conserve our clients intellectual property rights worldwide.
The illicit distribution of copyright protected media across the internet has hit endemic proportions worldwide. We are tasked by our partners to protect their rights and ensure the future of the creative industries are protected from piracy.
Find out about our organisation, mission, our methods, and the results of our work.
Just when filmmakers had given up on defeating digital piracy, a new hope appears, and the solution is startlingly simple. Tasked with combatting digital piracy on a global scale, Hatton & Berkeley has been building complex studies of online copyright infringement. Read more about emergent systems and how this study is to be used to disrupt digital piracy globally.
Liverpool man Wayne Evans convicted of digital piracy from his home in Everton. Sentenced to 12 months in prison October 7th 2016.
Since 2014, consultancy firm Hatton & Berkeley, in conjunction with industry anti-piracy experts Maverick Eye and Guardaley turned their attention to attaching some teeth to their anti-piracy tiger and strengthening their worldwide efforts.
The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) is a specialised police unit focused on protecting the online and digital content produced by a wide array of UK industries from copyright theft.
Ongoing education of the general public continues as industry representatives try to engage directly with consumers on exactly 'what is copyright infringement'.
Lawdit Solicitors of Southampton go head to head with Hollywood royalty, but only succeed in strengthening the Claimants position.
The Digital Economy Bill, announced in the Queens Speech on 18 May 2016 was introduced in an effort to regulate the Digital Economy, as it reaches an increasingly important role in a variety of sectors.
Intellectual Property Office Recognises new cases of Copyright Infringement for Nu Image produced theatrical release 'The Company You Keep', Starring Robert Redford and Shia LeBouf.
Improved levels of prosecution now coming into effect as more pirates jailed for illegal distribution and promotion of rights holders material. This brings tougher sentences on those supplying.