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How to Defend Against Trademark Counterfeit

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

Matt: Hi, and welcome back to Trademark Law Radio.  I’m Matt Plessner. Today we’re going to be discussing trademark counterfeiting, and how to defend yourself against claims of counterfeiting. To help us, we’re speaking again with Brian Hall of the Traverse Legal office of Traverse City, Michigan…Brian, nice to have you back.

Brian: Thanks Matt, it’s good to be here again.

Matt: Now Brian, fist of all, what is trademark counterfeiting?

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Trademark Cease and Desist Letter Forms: The Do’s and Don’ts

Friday, August 31st, 2012

Too many companies and too many trademark lawyers simply send out trademark infringement cease and desist letters as a matter of course. They don’t, as good attorneys or good companies, or good stewards of the trademark system, stop and think about who they’re sending the letter to. Sometimes people aren’t intentionally infringing your trademark at all, and sometimes there are legitimate reasons why people have registered a similar domain name, or used a similar company name, or have otherwise done something, which you believe is too close to your trademark.

My name is Trademark Infringement Attorney Enrico Schaefer, and today we’re going to talk about the do’s and don’ts of sending a trademark cease and desist letter. The deal here is this. There are people who will directly attack your trademark and those people deserve a very aggressive threat letter. They deserve to receive a threat letter which tells them that you believe that they’ve intentionally targeted your trademark and that they’re liable potentially for statutory damages and attorney’s fees under trademark law.

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What is the Differences Between a Cease and Desist Notice Letter and Cease and Desist Threat Letter

Thursday, December 29th, 2011

Welcome to Trademark Law Radio, a top web resource on issues of trademark infringement, trademark licensing, trademark protection, and trademark registration.

Welcome to Trademark Law Radio, my name is Trademark Attorney Enrico Schaefer. Today, we’re going to talk about a very important topic and one that is often overlooked by trademark attorneys and their clients alike. Continue reading What is the Differences Between a Cease and Desist Notice Letter and Cease and Desist Threat Letter »

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