The opening gambit in almost any trademark dispute is a cease and desist letter from the trademark owner. Not a lawsuit.A cease and desist letter is a common starting point in trademark disputes rather than disputes in other forms of intellectual property, such as patents or trade secrets. Why? Several reasons, ranging from the cost of trademark litigation (including hefty expert fees), the difficulty in …
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