C&D letters: the good, the bad and the ugly
Cease and desist letters are an important part of protecting a brand but they are easy to get wrong. Patrick Wingrove analyses some of the biggest successes and failures in the past few years
Cease and desist letters are, quite simply, many IP lawyers'
bread and butter. Trade marks are constantly infringed and
sending a cease and desist (C&D) letter is often an
effective way to stop unauthorised brand use without the need
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