Page Vault On Demand® API
High-Volume Webpage Collection
The Page Vault On Demand® API provides an easy, yet robust solution to collect high volumes of webpages, often used to protect trademarks and copyrights online.
We’ve designed technology to effortlessly accommodate hundreds to millions of webpage captures per month, such as from marketplace listings like Amazon or eBay.
Simply send us your list of URLs through the API and Page Vault will automatically provide accurate PDF outputs with key metadata. We can also provide affidavits upon request.
Our API users have confidence in knowing that their collection process is streamlined and they will receive accurate and admissible results.
Contact our API expert, Patrick Schweihs, Esq., for more information & pricing.
Our API seamlessly integrates into in-house solutions, making it an effective answer to collecting hundreds to millions of webpages or marketplace listings like Amazon, eBay and Alibaba.
Using proxies, it is possible to avoid detection and IP blocking, while easily automating the collection process, including the capture of all thumbnail images on a marketplace listing.
Accurate Outputs with White Labeling
Our technology accurately captures webpages and produces an output that is an exact representation of what is seen online.
Output formats consist of PDFs, metadata, HTML and source code, and API users have the option to white label the output file.
Strengthen Admissibility & Authenticity
When collecting through our API, our users know they’re leveraging a legal-grade solution that automatically collects key metadata to verify the authenticity of the webpage.
Users also have access to secure storage options with data encryption, and we can provide affidavits upon request.
Patrick Schweihs is a licensed IP attorney who helps trademark and copyright owners capture web content.
Patrick is passionate about leveraging new technologies in the legal field and helps professionals capture webpages using Page Vault. Patrick also leads webinars and CLEs about legal issues surrounding webpage evidence and best practices for working with webpages to be used in cases.
Patrick practiced Intellectual Property law in Chicago for several years before establishing his own legal consulting practice to help luxury brands find and prosecute counterfeits of their products online. Patrick combined his expertise in IP law with an interest in software development to implement solutions for corporate brands and legal firms.
Patrick is a member of INTA, The International Trademark Association, and serves on their Internet Committee.
Patrick holds a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Notre Dame and a JD from the Chicago-Kent College of Law. Patrick is a licensed attorney in Illinois, and is a member of the Northern District of Illinois General Bar. He is also licensed to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office.