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ADDED seizes over 500,000 fake auto spare parts worth AED15 million in Al Ain

Posted on 11/01/2017

More than 500,000 fake auto spare parts, with a market value of AED15 million, were confiscated from a store in Al Ain city. The Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, ADDED, described it as a major hit against trading in fake and counterfeit items, saying it is the biggest confiscation across the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Speaking at a press conference, ADDED Chairman Ali Majed Al Mansouri said that commercial fraud is now a subject of global concern. The department will continue to ...  >>MORE

227,617 fake products seized in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 08/08/2016

Abu Dhabi's Department of Economic Development (ADDED) seized 227,617 counterfeit products in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, and the Western Region during the first half of 2016. The department conducted 494 inspections and seized counterfeit products that included auto spare parts, electronics, clothes, accessories and cosmetic products, in addition to 3,792 tonnes of fruits and vegetables, 448 sheep from vendors, seven kilos of niswar and three tonnes of clothes and household items. The department also ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi DED confiscates over 10,000 counterfeit beauty and skincare products and fines 12 unlicensed truck drivers

Posted on 02/03/2016

Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, DED, has seized 10,231 counterfeit beauty and skincare products in an inspection campaign launched by its Commercial Protection Directorate, CPD, in Mussaffah, Abu Dhabi. The CPD also issued 12 fines against vehicle owners who transported products without a license in Zayed City Centre in Abu Dhabi and the Industrial Zone in Mussaffah after an inspection campaign. Ahmed Tarish Al Qubaisi, CPD Acting Director, said that the DED will continue the ...  >>MORE

EIPA signs MoU with BPG to protect Intellectual Property Rights in UAE

Posted on 19/02/2016

As a sign of the cooperative relationship between the private and public sectors, the Emirates Intellectual Property Association (EIPA) signed today a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Brand Owners' Protection Group for the GCC & Yemen (BPG), to streamline joint efforts to protect Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and to strengthen the fight against illicit trade and counterfeit products in the UAE. The MoU was signed by Major General Dr. Quddus Abdul Razak Obaidli, President of the ...  >>MORE

Dubai Customs: 135 seizures of goods infringing intellectual property in 2015, worth Dh17 million

Posted on 14/02/2016

Dubai Customs has firmly stood against infringements of intellectual property rights in order to protect society and the economy from the harm of counterfeit goods, and to support a competitive investment environment in Dubai by enabling producers to avoid losses arising from imitation of their brands. Consequently, the number of seizures of IPR-infringing items carried out by Dubai Customs in 2015 was about 135 seizures, worth up to Dh 16.8 million. The Dubai Customs drive goes along with ...  >>MORE

Dubai enhances its intellectual property competitiveness with major gains in protecting trademarks

Posted on 14/01/2016

The Commercial Compliance and Consumer Protection (CCCP) sector in Dubai's Department of Economic Development ( DED ) has made remarkable progress in protecting the rights of trademark owners in 2015. The DED confiscated 63 million pieces of varied counterfeit goods worth over Dh 1.01 billion, a significant increase over the 37 million pieces of imitations worth Dh 188 million seized during 2014. The achievement was the result of closer market monitoring to ensure Dubai maintained its ...  >>MORE

30,000 counterfeit designer goods seized in residential apartments in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 08/11/2015

The Abu Dhabi Police managed to seize 30,000 counterfeit designer goods hidden in residential apartments, one of which was altered with secret doors, passageways and hidden rooms to store the illegal goods. The culprits were working out of these apartments and running an illegal trade to make illegal profit, thinking they would go unnoticed by the police and the competent supervisory authorities. According to Colonel Dr. Rashid Mohammad Borshid, Head of the Criminal Investigation Department ...  >>MORE

WIPO praises UAE role in supporting organisation's efforts

Posted on 15/10/2015

GENEVA: The Emirates Society for the Protection of Intellectual Property and the World Intellectual Property Organisation, WIPO, of the United Nations, yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, at the UN organisation's headquarters in Geneva in order to strengthen and promote technical cooperation between the two sides through the exchange of mutual experience and economic and technological development at local and international level. The MoU was signed by Major-General Dr. Abdul ...  >>MORE

Record Dh195m fake goods haul in Dubai

Posted on 10/09/2015

In the largest ever fake goods haul, the Department of Economic Development of Dubai has seized counterfeit products worth a record Dh195 million. Over 3.5 million duplicates of well-known smart phone and eyewear brands, were confiscated by the Intellectual Property Protection team from the Commercial Compliance and Consumer Protection sector in the DED, officials disclosed on Wednesday. "This seizure is the largest of its kind and the result of our continuous efforts to protect brands. It ...  >>MORE

DED and Daimler join hands to combat counterfeiting

Posted on 18/06/2015

The Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai and Daimler AG, manufacturer of Mercedes-Benz vehicles, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, to fight counterfeiting and promote Dubai's reputation as a world-class business hub. DED and Daimler will work together to eliminate use and trade of counterfeit auto parts and to educate consumers on intellectual property rights (IPR) under the MoU. Abdulla Al Ka'abi, Development and Follow-up Director, Commercial Compliance and ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi DED conducts 140,000 field visits, confiscates 55,000 counterfeit and forged goods

Posted on 02/06/2015

The total number of field visits conducted by the Department of Commercial Protection at the Abu Dhabi Business Centre in 2014, to monitor violations of trademarks, reached 14,011, resulting in the registering of 184 violations and confiscation of 55,532 commercial goods of registered trademarks. According to the Department of Commercial Protection's annual 2014 report, the market value of the counterfeit goods confiscated by the Department of Brands and Commercial Agencies is Dh1,394,978, and ...  >>MORE

ADP arrest an Arab national for sharing a copyrighted film via external URL

Posted on 26/04/2015

The Abu Dhabi Police recently arrested an Arab national for trying to share an Arabic movie (still showing in cinemas across Abu Dhabi and other Arab cities) against a subscription fee through an external URL (outside the UAE) . The case was identified as a copyright infringement and intellectual property theft. Major General Omair Al Muhairi, Director of Police Operations, noted that the Abu Dhabi Police managed to stop the sharing of the movie, and prevented it from being downloaded by other ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Municipality destroys three tonnes of fake, banned products

Posted on 23/12/2014

The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City has destroyed three tonnes of beauty and consumer products not meeting specifications and health standards set by the relevant authorities in the UAE. Khalifa Mohammed Al Rumaithi, Director of Public Health, Municipality of Abu Dhabi City said the products were seized during random checks on beauty parlours, salons and consumer goods shops. Many of the seized items were past their expiry date. AL Rumaithi added that other violations included illegible ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed comments on the 4th Counter-Piracy Conference in the U.A.E.

Posted on 29/10/2014

On the occasion of the 4th Counter Piracy Conference in the U.A.E., H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister, made the following comments: "Countering piracy has for long been a top priority for the U.A.E.. As a maritime nation, the U.A.E. has a strong interest in the security and openness of international sea lanes. This is why, every year, the U.A.E. hosts a major counter piracy conference that brings together all of the relevant counter piracy stakeholders from around the ...  >>MORE

International Counter-Piracy Conference underscores U.A.E.'s leading role in counter piracy: Papers

Posted on 29/10/2014

The 4th International Counter-Piracy Conference, which begins tomorrow in Dubai, has spotlighted the United Arab Emirates' leading role in fighting piracy in the region. As explained by Alessandro Mariani, who is representing the Deputy Secretary-General of the EU's External Action Service at the International Counter-Piracy Conference, "Apart from being a generous host of the Counter-Piracy Conference, U.A.E. has played a leading role in fighting piracy in the region. This year, the U.A.E. ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. to join two WIPO treaties

Posted on 21/10/2014

The United Arab Emirates has joined the international treaties of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO)' --- the Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances and the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works by Visually Impaired Persons and Persons with Print Disabilities. The two treaties were signed in Geneva at the WIPO headquarters by Eng. Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri in the presence of WIPO Director-General Francis Gurry, Under-Secretary of the Ministry of ...  >>MORE

EU delegation commends Dubai Customs’ prominent role in IPR protection

Posted on 08/10/2014

Experts from the European Commission have hailed Dubai Customs' efforts in the field of Intellectual Property Rights protection, as well as the department's progressive development of systems and programmes geared toward combating smuggling and the trafficking of counterfeit products. They have also expressed admiration of Dubai Customs' evidence-based outcomes in protecting the economy and society from the harmful effects of IPR infringing products. The commendation was voiced during a visit ...  >>MORE

Over a million items of counterfeit medicine and cosmetics seized in Dubai

Posted on 08/09/2014

The Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai recently raided two warehouses and seized over one million items of fake products. The confiscated products, which claimed to be weight loss drugs, performance enhancers or cosmetics, had a street value of about Dh17 million. The raids, conducted by special teams from the Commercial Compliance and Consumer Protection sector in DED, were part of the efforts to protect trademarks and clear unhealthy products and practices from the local ...  >>MORE

Dubai Customs seizes 139 counterfeit items in H1 2014

Posted on 18/08/2014

Dubai Customs elevated its efforts in deterring counterfeit products smuggling attempts into the emirate via its relentless efforts in countering piracy and Intellectual Property Rights infringements. Whereas, the amount of accomplished IPR seizures of the H1 for this year mounted up to 139 different products with an estimated value of Dh 17.6 million, including apparels, mobile phones and accessories, automotive spare parts, watches and sunglasses. This outstanding success is attributed to ...  >>MORE

ADM seizes unlicensed medical equipment, hundreds of dangerous cosmetics, and toxic toys

Posted on 13/08/2014

Municipal inspectors in Abu Dhabi have seized three medical equipment used in providing unlicensed treatment services, and 444 expired hair-dying products. The Public Health Division, Abu Dhabi City Municipality, has carried out intensive evening inspection campaigns during the month of Ramadan and Eid period targeting beauty centres and salons as well as Ramadan & Eid Exhibition held at the Exhibition Yard under the theme (Your Beauty & Health Make Joyful Eid). The campaign was prompted by ...  >>MORE

U.A.E., S. Korea enter collaborative deal

Posted on 29/07/2014

The U.A.E. Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Strategy and Finance of the Republic of Korea are set to implement the second phase of their collaborative agreement, seeking to further develop the U.A.E.'s intellectual property rights infrastructure as a step towards establishing the country's first centre for patents. 

In its new phase, the collaboration will oversee the compilation of a diagnose study on the current intellectual property rights landscape in the U.A.E. and a ...  >>MORE

Dubai invites you to shred a 'designer' handbag for just Dh1

Posted on 01/07/2014

DED's campaign during Ramadan to alert the public against the dangers of counterfeiting Dubai's Department of Economic Development (DED), as part of its Ramadan initiatives, has launched a campaign to enable the public join the fight against counterfeiting and at the same time help the needy. The campaign, which draws attention to the hazards of counterfeiting, is being held in the Etihad Mall from June 29 to July 3, and in Al Barsha Mall from July 13 to 17. The campaign runs from 3pm to 5pm ...  >>MORE

UK delegation hails Dubai Customs’ anti-piracy and anti-counterfeiting efforts

Posted on 16/06/2014

Ahmed Mahboob Musabih, Director of Dubai Customs, has discussed with Edward Hobart, British Consul-General in Dubai, means of enhancing customs ties between Dubai and the United Kingdom. The discussion took place during a visit paid by a delegation from the British Embassy to Dubai Customs. In addition to the Consul-General, the delegation comprised Steve Baker, Regional Manager of Fiscal Crime Liaison Office, Robert Gray, Head of Fiscal Crime Liaison Office Network, and Alun Watkins, Fiscal ...  >>MORE

Dubai CID cracks down on pirated satellite TV

Posted on 03/06/2014

Following the first set of raids conducted by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) in collaboration with Dubai Police, the CID has launched an aggressive campaign to track down illegal satellite service providers. The CID has obtained a list of illegal subscriptions to South Asian TV channels, which in turn has helped the recently formed Anti-Piracy Coalition and the concerned authorities to crack down on unauthorised satellite service providers and dealers. Colonel Salem Khalifa Al ...  >>MORE

UAE world’s first country to launch
 IPM mobile
 application

Posted on 18/04/2014

The application aims to help customs inspectors fight counterfeits and protect intellectual property rights by providing the related information via mobile phones. In coordination with the World Customs Organisation (WCO), the Federal Customs Authority (FCA) launched the IPM Mobile to combat counterfeiting and piracy on smart phones. The UAE is the world's first country that launched this application on mobile phones as the WCO is to launch the application in the member states in next June. ...  >>MORE

DP World works to battle maritime piracy at its source

Posted on 11/04/2014

DP World has organised a high level meeting on how to support Somalia to build its economy, attract international investment and create jobs and a future for its young people as an alternative to taking to sea as pirates. The panel discussion, themed, "The Business Environment, Regulatory Reform and Key Economic Sectors for Investment in Somalia", is the first of three which DP World is convening with its knowledge partner, the Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis (INEGMA). For ...  >>MORE

DED confiscates Dh2 million worth of counterfeit perfumes

Posted on 24/03/2014

A total of 170,500 pieces of duplicate perfumes were confiscated from a warehouse in the Ras Al Khor area in Dubai following a raid conducted by the Commercial Compliance and Consumer Protection (CCCP) sector in the Department of Economic Development (DED). The confiscated goods were worth two million Dirhams and included duplicates of at least 10 well-known brands. The warehouse was fined and CCCP said that the seized goods will be destroyed if they are found to be hazardous to human health ...  >>MORE

DED seizes Dh9.5m worth of counterfeit cosmetics

Posted on 16/03/2014

The Commercial Compliance and Consumer Protection (CCCP) sector in the Department of Economic Development (DED), Dubai, has confiscated 1.2 million pieces of cosmetic products after raiding a warehouse in Ras Al Khor, DED said in a press release. The confiscated goods included duplicates of reputed brands and the total value of the products seized is estimated at Dh 9.5m. The raid was part of the efforts of the CCCP to protect trademarks against infringements and enhance Dubai's position as ...  >>MORE

WIPO publishes Emirati Patent in petrol sector

Posted on 19/02/2014

Geneva: The World Intellectual Property Organisation, WIPO, has published an Emirati invention for a design of a Compact Fishing Apparatus to be used for retrieving stuck oil pipes. Emirati inventor, Eida Almuhairbi, from ZADCO, said, "The retrieval of stuck pipes causes a loss of millions of dollars daily, so I worked with my team Wasfi Alshdaifat, and Farah Kassab to invent a compact apparatus capable of retrieving stuck pipes in one operation." The international search and examining ...  >>MORE

Ministry of Economy signs MoU with Seoul-based KIPO to strengthen cooperation in intellectual property

Posted on 10/02/2014

Seoul: The U.A.E Ministry of Economy (MoE) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Seoul-based Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) seeking to strengthen cooperation in the field of intellectual property (IP) for enhancing the business landscape infrastructure in the UAE The MoU was signed between Eng. Mohammed Ahmed Bin Abdul Aziz Al Shehhi, Undersecretary, Ministry of Economy, and Kim Young-Min, Commissioner - KIPO, during an official meeting hosted at the KIPO ...  >>MORE

Dh35m worth of counterfeit products seized in 2013 by Abu Dhabi DED

Posted on 11/12/2013

Over 139,000 counterfeit products worth Dh35 million have been seized by the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development (DED) this year, and the number is expected to rise with public's heightened awareness on commercial fraud, officials in the capital said on Tuesday. Government entities and private firms are therefore gearing up to fight this phenomenon especially as Expo 2020 approaches and the UAE economy flourishes. "The market is currently ripe, the country is booming and people want ...  >>MORE

DED seizes counterfeit commercial items

Posted on 11/09/2013

The Commercial Protection Section at the Department of Economic Development 's (DED) Abu Dhabi Business Centre has seized 14,855 counterfeit and adulterated commercial commodities during 39,472 field visits in the second quarter of the year. The field visits led to 365 violations filed against transgressors of commercial activities rules and regulations in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and 698 warnings against commercial facilities that contravened the laws and regulations of commercial activity in ...  >>MORE

HP praises Dubai Customs` efforts to combat piracy

Posted on 25/06/2013

HP, one of the world's leading I.T. companies, has praised the role played by Dubai Customs in combating counterfeiting and protecting intellectual property rights, together with its keenness to collaborate with all companies and establishments to prevent manipulation of trademarks in such a way that will contribute to enhancing Dubai`s image in anti-piracy. This was reported during a visit by a delegation from the company to Dubai Customs, headed by Mr. David Copper, Director General, HP ...  >>MORE

Ajman Police seize fake printers worth Dh280m

Posted on 12/06/2013

Ajman Police say they have made one of the largest seizures in the world of counterfeit printer cartridges and components worth Dh280 million. The details of the smashed counterfeit ring were revealed by Colonel Sheikh Sultan bin Abdullah Al Nuaimi, deputy director of Ajman Police and head of the Traffic Committee, in Ajman on Tuesday during a press conference held at the Ajman Police headquarters. Computer giant HP International was tipped off by a few traders that people were selling ...  >>MORE

Dubai targets financial crimes

Posted on 19/05/2013

Financial crime that was detected in Dubai topped Dh200 million during last year and the first quarter of this year, according to Dubai Police's General Department of Anti-Economic crime. Department Director Major Salah Bu Osaiba said the police had arrested 371 suspects for involvement in those crimes — which relate to selling thousands of fake electronics and counterfeit products, using forged credit cards and money multiplication — with 130 cases coming in the first quarter of this year ...  >>MORE

UAE gets tough on fraud and fake goods

Posted on 29/04/2013

The government will step up efforts to fight fraud and trade in fake goods, with unscrupulous traders facing up to two years in jail, a Dh1 million fine and being named and shamed at their cost, states a draft law. Traders in counterfeit goods will be penalised even if buyers knew about these goods ahead of the transaction, stated the draft law passed by the Cabinet in early January. Fraudsters would face up to two years in jail or be fined between Dh250,000 and Dh1 million or both, according ...  >>MORE

UAE, South Korea discuss advance framework for cooperation on Intellectual Property

Posted on 16/09/2012

A high level meeting between the UAE Ministry of Economy and the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) recently in Dubai discussed the setting up of an advance framework of cooperation in the field of Intellectual Property. "The UAE is keen to enhance international level cooperation on best practices in Intellectual Property in our effort to build a knowledge based economy. Our objective is to spearhead new initiatives in support of innovation," commented Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansoori UAE ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi fights for musicians' rights with PopArabia

Posted on 02/06/2012

Advertisers using music by the singer 50 Cent will now be asked to pay after the launch of a music rights organisation based in Abu Dhabi. PopArabia has secured the regional management rights to songs by the American rapper, along with millions of tracks by artists including Coldplay, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake and The Killers. The venture, which is supported by the media zone twofour54, is described as a "music publishing and music rights consultancy". PopArabia's aim is to "monetize ...  >>MORE

Record fake tools haul in Ajman, Ras Al Khaimah

Posted on 08/03/2012

Over 150,000 counterfeit Stanley Black & Decker tools have been confiscated from two warehouses in Ajman and Ras Al Khaimah. Industry insiders said this was the biggest haul of its kind in the UAE. The illegal cache came to light when law enforcers swooped down on the warehouses located inside the two emirates' free zones on February 27 and 28 as well as a shop in Ajman selling fake power tools. "We believe we have uncovered one of the biggest importers of counterfeit tools in the Middle ...  >>MORE

WIPO approves seven world patents by Emirati inventor

Posted on 04/03/2012

The international search and examining authorities of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) approved until now seven world patents out of the 12 inventions by Emirati woman, Mrs. Eida Butti Almuhairbi- financial account team leader -ZADCO CO in Abu Dhabi, in cooperation with her partner the Jordanian UAE resident Eng. Wasfi Amin Alshdaifat, out of which three are applied for at 2010, and four are applied for at 2011. The approved patents include a design for a semi-pneumatic ...  >>MORE

Two tonnes of fake cosmetics, medicines seized

Posted on 17/10/2011

In an inspection campaign targeting cosmetics-selling outlets, the Abu Dhabi Municipality has confiscated two tonnes of fake cosmetics and herbal medicines. In an inspection campaign targeting cosmetics-selling outlets in the Capital, the Abu Dhabi Municipality has confiscated two tonnes of fake cosmetics and herbal medicines. These commodities were found fake, expired or non-compliant with the health stipulations applicable locally or abroad. Some products were also found to have lapses in ...  >>MORE

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ADDED seizes over 500,000 fake auto spare parts worth AED15 million in Al Ain


227,617 fake products seized in Abu Dhabi


Abu Dhabi DED confiscates over 10,000 counterfeit beauty and skincare products and fines 12 unlicensed truck drivers


EIPA signs MoU with BPG to protect Intellectual Property Rights in UAE


Dubai Customs: 135 seizures of goods infringing intellectual property in 2015, worth Dh17 million


Dubai enhances its intellectual property competitiveness with major gains in protecting trademarks


30,000 counterfeit designer goods seized in residential apartments in Abu Dhabi


WIPO praises UAE role in supporting organisation's efforts


Record Dh195m fake goods haul in Dubai


DED and Daimler join hands to combat counterfeiting


Abu Dhabi DED conducts 140,000 field visits, confiscates 55,000 counterfeit and forged goods


ADP arrest an Arab national for sharing a copyrighted film via external URL


Abu Dhabi Municipality destroys three tonnes of fake, banned products


Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed comments on the 4th Counter-Piracy Conference in the U.A.E.


International Counter-Piracy Conference underscores U.A.E.'s leading role in counter piracy: Papers


U.A.E. to join two WIPO treaties


EU delegation commends Dubai Customs’ prominent role in IPR protection


Over a million items of counterfeit medicine and cosmetics seized in Dubai


Dubai Customs seizes 139 counterfeit items in H1 2014


ADM seizes unlicensed medical equipment, hundreds of dangerous cosmetics, and toxic toys


U.A.E., S. Korea enter collaborative deal


Dubai invites you to shred a 'designer' handbag for just Dh1


UK delegation hails Dubai Customs’ anti-piracy and anti-counterfeiting efforts


Dubai CID cracks down on pirated satellite TV


UAE world’s first country to launch
 IPM mobile
 application


DP World works to battle maritime piracy at its source


DED confiscates Dh2 million worth of counterfeit perfumes


DED seizes Dh9.5m worth of counterfeit cosmetics


WIPO publishes Emirati Patent in petrol sector


Ministry of Economy signs MoU with Seoul-based KIPO to strengthen cooperation in intellectual property


Dh35m worth of counterfeit products seized in 2013 by Abu Dhabi DED


DED seizes counterfeit commercial items


HP praises Dubai Customs` efforts to combat piracy


Ajman Police seize fake printers worth Dh280m


Dubai targets financial crimes


UAE gets tough on fraud and fake goods


UAE, South Korea discuss advance framework for cooperation on Intellectual Property


Abu Dhabi fights for musicians' rights with PopArabia


Record fake tools haul in Ajman, Ras Al Khaimah


WIPO approves seven world patents by Emirati inventor


Two tonnes of fake cosmetics, medicines seized