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That case included 500,000 fake Coach ...
That case included 500,000 fake Coach handbags, 120,000 pairs of counterfeit Nike shoes and samples of counterfeit Viagra pills, Rosenstein wrote in his op/ed column., "In this particular case, we see Hezbollah, a known, identified terror organization utilizing counterfeit merchandise as a new way to fund their activities," says Stuart Drobny, president of Stumar Investigations, which assisted the FBI with the case and has done anti counterfeiting work for clients including Tiffany and Nike.
Stuart Drobny, President
Senior Staff for Stumar Investigations - New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland
Stuart Drobny, Philadelphia Private Dectective, President of Stumar Investigations NY, NJ, PA, DE, MD
About Us > Stuart Drobny
Over the past 25 years, the name Stuart Drobny
has become synonymous with private investigations throughout the United States.
Stuart is a highly acclaimed investigator, recently named the William O'Neil Investigator of the Year" by the New Jersey Licensed Private Investigators Association (NJLPIA), and awarded the prestigious "Best of 2010" designation by The Legal Intelligencer, the oldest law journal in the country.
Stuart founded Stumar Investigations in 1986, and under his leadership, Stumar has compiled a client roster that reads like a "Who's Who" of Fortune 500 companies and prominent law firms.
Servicing this clientele is Stumar's
staff of licensed investigators, which has grown to become the largest group of licensed investigators working for a privately owned firm.
at the helm, Stumar
provides a wide array of investigative services to clients nationwide, most notably in the areas of intellectual property fraud and anti-counterfeiting, insurance defense and claims, civil litigation and litigation support, financial fraud and labor, employment and family law.
In keeping with the times, Stumar
also offers cutting edge, multi-platform social media investigations.
Having participated in innumerable cases over the years, the one matter Stuart points to with the most pride is a federal investigation he conducted along with the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) involving the sale of stolen prepaid cellular phones that led to the arrest of 26 alleged Hezbollah operatives and sympathizers.
Indeed, Stuart's efforts in that case resulted in him being honored in 2010 by the Federal Bureau of Investigations
(FBI) for helping to disrupt a counterfeit goods operation with links to terrorism in the Middle East.
is also quite proud of his
collaboration with the Pennsylvania General Assembly, resulting in the recent passage of a new Trademark Counterfeiting Statute, 18 Pa.C.S. § 4119, that serves to criminalize the sale of counterfeit goods in Pennsylvania.
Publications like the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and People Magazine
, as well as the regional consumer, legal and trade press, all rely on Stuart
as sources of trusted information.
And beyond the FBI
also teams up with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), postal inspectors and state and local law enforcement on client matters.
Stuart is a graduate of Temple University, an Executive Board Member and Treasurer of the NJLPIA, and an active member of the Pennsylvania Association of Licensed Investigators (PALI), the National Association of Investigative Specialists (NAIS), the National Council of Investigation & Security Services (NCISS), the International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition (IACC), the International Intelligence Network (INTELLENET), and the World Association of Detectives (WAD).
Frequently in demand to comment on a variety of investigative topics, Stuart
has been a speaker at numerous seminars, including those sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Association
(PBA), the Department of Homeland Security, the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office, INTELLENET, International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition
(IACC), the Imaging Supply Coalition
(ISC) and the World Investigators Conference
TELECOM Case Result
Stuart Drobny, a member of the Philadelphia-based private investigation firm Stumar Investigations,assisted in an investigaton ultimately leading to the indictment last November of 26 Hezbollah operatives and sympathizers who shipped stolen and counterfeit goods around the world.
Members of the ring sought to buy missiles and machine guns that were to be shipped to Syria and Iran.
partnered with Jim Baldinger, of the law firm Carlton Fields, during the FBI investigation into Hezbollah-linked ring.
"I am extremely proud of being part of the team that helped stop money flowing to terrorists," Drobny
said, according to a news release.
Two years ago, an undercover FBI agent in Philadelphia met up with a Lebanese guy from Dearborn, Mich., who said he wanted to do a little business.