Our website makes use of cookies. To find out more please read our privacy policy
Close

Login

Loading...
You are now logged in.

Latest News - 07/2018

Page 1 of 2  Next »

Fake goods dealer told – ‘pay up or face jail’

31 July 2018

Items included designer label jewellery and watches, phone accessories, make-up, bags and clothing, footwear, perfume, sunglasses and headphones.

Read More…

ACG announce Phil Lewis as new Director General

30 July 2018

The Anti-Counterfeiting Group (ACG) is delighted to announce the appointment of Phil Lewis as its new Director General, effective 29 July 2018. Phil has been a key member of ACG since 2014 and will take over from Alison Statham, who has led the group with distinction for 13 years.

Read More…

Fake Nike and Adidas clothing seized at Ingoldmels market

18 July 2018

‘Operation Sunflower’ resulted in prosecution for stall holders John Sharma Lal and Ved Parkash following the raid in August last year.

Read More…

Rogue trader fined for selling counterfeit dress-up costumes

16 July 2018

Rogue trader Ashley Colin Turner was fined nearly £11,000 after he was caught selling counterfeit superhero costumes.

Read More…

Tobacco, cigarettes and 'counterfeit Valium' seized from a car in Strangeways

16 July 2018

The area was named the counterfeit capital of the UK in a Government report in 2016.

Read More…

Major police operation seizes over 360 tons of illegal & counterfeit pesticides

13 July 2018

Numerous police, customs and plant protection authorities, including those form the UK, participated in the operation.

Read More…

Counterfeiting, Piracy and US Trade Tariffs

12 July 2018

The arrival of US President Trump in the UK has brought ACG to reflect on how his recent trade policies might affect the global growth of counterfeiting and piracy.

Read More…

Cat Fight!

12 July 2018

How These Inventors Beat the Counterfeiters That Nearly Destroyed Their Company.

Read More…

Trading standards swooped on car boot seller over counterfeit goods

11 July 2018

A woman who “took a chance” to sell counterfeit goods at a car boot sale has been ordered to pay £670 in fines and costs.

Read More…

Page 1 of 2  Next »

About ACG

ACG represents more than 3,000 brands affected by this influx of fakes into the UK and delivers an international network of information, advice and contacts on all aspects of IP protection. Working with Government and law enforcement agencies since 1980, ACG is focused on providing an effective and sustained response to counterfeiting.

Read more >

Join now!

Membership with the ACG is the best way to work with government and enforcement bodies to protect your brand. Our Roadshows and training days help you reach out to police, trading standards and border force officers and tell them about your genuine products.

Read more >