CABILLY & CO.
Your Partner for E-Commerce Law & Intellectual Property
What makes up Cabilly & Co.
Cabilly & Co. is one of the only law firms in the world that combine years of expertise in intellectual property, and daily interactions with Amazon sellers. Our attorneys accompany Amazon and e-commerce sellers in every step of their business journey- from registering their IP rights in trademarks, patents and copyright, to assisting them with day-to-day issues that arise on the selling platforms.
The firm was founded by Yael Cabilly, a NY attorney, who was recently ranked among the top 20 trademark lawyers in the United States. Yael and the firm’s attorneys have been advising thousands of E-commerce sellers on various legal issues.
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YOUR LEGAL TEAM
Our Legal Services
If your listing or account has been suspended for issues such as intellectual property infringement or any other reason, we can assist with your reinstatement. Our legal team has vast experience of e-commerce appeals and will present legal arguments on your behalf in order to address your specific needs. We will also provide guidance so that you can avoid future suspensions.
Our vast knowledge and experience in contracts, along with our unique knowhow of the Amazon sphere and e-commerce world, will assure that your past, present and future interests are well protected.
If your account or listing has been suspended due to issues such as inauthentic products, intellectual property infringement, safety concerns, review manipulation, or any other legal matter, we can assist you in getting it reinstated. Our attorneys have a high success rate and will treat your case with the same level of attention as a court case. They will provide a strong defense and work with you to create a customized plan of action. We will also offer training on avoiding intellectual property violations and help you understand the cause of your suspension and how to prevent future issues.
If you would like to purchase or sell an Amazon Account, we will guide you through the entire process from A to Z until the full transfer of your account. We conduct the process under Amazon’s approval in order to avoid any “red flags” or account suspensions. Our experienced legal team can prepare a contract to transfer the account as well as any other assets (inventory, trademarks, etc.). We handle transfers of profitable or empty accounts, while providing step-by-step guidance to ensure a smooth process and changeover.
Our compliance department provides professional advice in the fields of import regulation, label review (Cosmetics, Supplements, Children’s products and more) and test reports (CPSC, UL, FCC). We communicate directly with e-commerce marketplaces (e.g., Amazon) on behalf of our clients, in relation to safety standards and regulations as well as other compliance issues.
According to Amazon’s rules, in order to join the Brand Registry Program, a seller needs to hold a registered trademark. Our attorneys provide efficient and affordable trademark registration services, tailor-made for Amazon sellers. Send us a link to your listing and your contact details, and we will do the rest!
Whether you are a seller who invented a brand-new product, a startup owner, or just someone with a novel idea, having a patent will help you to protect your invention and will provide you with many commercial opportunities.
Patents generally protect any new or useful process, machine, manufacture, or composition. Having a registered patent allows the owner to exclude others from making, using, selling, or offering to sell the invention described in the patent. However, a patent is not created simply by inventing a new (or improved) product. Unlike copyrights and trademarks, patent protection can only be obtained by filing a patent application in the country in which you wish to receive a patent. You will then receive approval of the application from the appropriate patent office. Amazon, and other e-commerce sites, will not protect your invention unless you have a registered patent. Once obtained, a registered patent can be a powerful tool to protect your product on Amazon, and other e-commerce sites.
The process for obtaining a patent can be complex and can differ from country to country. It is important to know the relevant laws that govern each country. Our patent attorneys are highly experienced professionals in all areas of patent law including, drafting, filing, enforcing, and developing the best patent protection strategy for your utility and design patents.
Copyrights are created once an idea manifests itself in a tangible form. This is true worldwide. However, in order to legally enforce your copyrights in the USA, you must prove that the work originated from you. The USA Copyright Office requires that you register your work as proof of origin, and only then are you able to enforce your rights in the USA. We have vast experience in USA copyright registration and can help you protect your original work.
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