Trademark Cease & Desist Services
Receive a Cease & Desist Letter/Email
Have you received a Cease and desist letter/email? The letter/email may claim that you are “infringing” the trademark of a third party, and demand that you immediately stop using the accused mark, or face a lawsuit. What should you do if you receive a cease and desist letter/email?
At a minimum, you should contact an experienced trademark attorney to evaluate your options, and decide how best to deal with the letter/email. At Axenfeld Law, we can help you choose the best course action, and will help you:
- respond to the letter/email
- negotiate a settlement on your behalf without costly litigation
- challenge the trademark by filing a petition to cancel the trademark (if registered) with the Trademark Trial & Appeal Board (TTAB)
- file a lawsuit, i.e., a Declaratory Judgment Action asking a federal court to declare that your mark doesn’t infringe the alleged trademark, or
- ignore the letter/email
Send a Cease & Desist Letter/Email
Are you a trademark owner, and discovered that someone is infringing your trademark? Doing nothing can result in the loss of your trademark. At Axenfeld Law, we can help evaluate the alleged infringer and its trademark infringement activities, and quickly implement a plan of action to stop the trademark infringement. For instance, we can help you:
- draft an effective trademark cease and desist letter/email
- negotiate a settlement to resolve the trademark infringement
- file a trademark infringement action against the trademark infringer
- take other action to stop the trademark infringer.
Contact Axenfeld Law to help you select the best option to respond to a trademark cease and desist letter, or stop someone infringing your trademark rights.