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Judge Colin Birss loses his cool, while a Polish lawyer gets a little too aggressive

Counterfeiters beware!

Brand owners often appreciate lawyers that take an aggressive approach to counterfeiters (though usually the word used is 'robust'). However, one associate at Polish law firm Lazewski Depo & Partners may have taken slightly the wrong tone. In a high-tech video intended to market the firm's services, Mateusz Orlinski (right) concludes with a finger pointing straight at the screen, declaring "counterfeiters and other bad people, do not feel safe!"

Utynam understands that Mateusz has already received a fair amount of teasing among his fellow Polish lawyers for the video, so he will refrain from adding needless jibes. Some practical advice, however, would be that international clients are usually after a slightly more...


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