IP Infringement Cease & Desist Letter
Customized bilingual IP Infringement Cease & Desist Letter prepared and served by a vetted experienced lawyer
Bilingual Customized IP Infringement Letter
A vetted, experienced, English-speaking lawyer in China will prepare both English and Chinese versions of an IP Infringement Cease and Desist letter based on your situation.
The IP Infringement Cease and Desist Letter can include specific requests, such as demanding the infringing party to
- stop using your IP (trademark, patent, design, copyright) without your permission.
- stop disclosing your IP to others.
- stop making or selling any products based on your IP.
- recall the counterfeit products or marketing materials that bear your trademark.
- withdraw from any act or applications to register a similar IP.
Receive in 5 Business Days
The IP Infringement Cease and Desist Letter will be delivered to your Trustiics dashboard in 5 business days for you to review and sign off once the lawyer receives all necessary information.
Phone Call by the Service Lawyer to the Infringing Party
The lawyer will also call the infringing party on your behalf, at no additional fee, to make sure that the other party receives the warning and takes it seriously.
What do you need to do?
When you place the order, you will be asked to complete a form to provide your and your counterparty’s business names and contact information. You should also explain the background information and related facts regarding the cause of action. This information is necessary for the lawyer to properly prepare the demand letter.
How it works
Select service & fill out the information form
Authorize payment by credit card & multiple pre-vetted lawyers are notified
Service in progress
The first responding lawyer gets the job and starts to work. Online chat becomes available
The lawyer delivers the work for the client’s review. Credit card is charged upon acceptance
One of the following vetted lawyers who responds to your request first will get the assignment and provide the service for you
- IP Licensing and Assignment
- IP Litigation
- Patent Protection Strategy
- Trade Secrets
- IP Management
- Domain Names
- Unfair Competition
- Patent Infringement
- IP Enforcement and Litigation
What is an IP Infringement Cease & Desist Letter?
An attorney’s intellectual property (IP) Infringement Cease & Desist Letter is a formal letter written by an attorney on behalf of a client that demands that the recipient stop engaging in activities that infringe upon the client’s IP rights. Cease & Desist Letters are often used as a first step in addressing IP infringement and can be an effective tool for protecting IP rights.
What does an IP Infringement Cease & Desist Letter do?
- It stops the recipient(s) from infringing: a Cease & Desist Letter demands that the recipient(s) stop using your IP to prevent further harm.
- It serves as a warning: a Cease & Desist Letter warns the recipient(s) that their actions are illegal and that you will take further steps to protect your IP if needed.
- It deters future infringement: a Cease & Desist Letter makes it clear that you are willing to take action to protect your IP, which can prevent future infringement.
- It can avoid the need for litigation: In many cases, a Cease & Desist Letter can help resolve the issue without going to court.
- It can establish a record and also serve as evidence: A Cease & Desist Letter serves as proof of your efforts to stop the infringement and can be used as evidence in court.
When should I use the IP Infringement Cease and Desist letter service in China?
You should use a qualified lawyer in China to prepare and send a customized Cease and Desist Letter in situations where:
- Someone in China is using your trademark or patented technology without your permission,
- A partner or employee (or former employee) in China is using or disclosing your confidential information,
- Someone in China is attempting to register an IP very similar to yours, or
- Any business partner or distributor in China is using or making products based on your IP without your consent.
What are the different types of IP infringement in China?
There are five main types of intellectual property (IP) infringement that can happen in China:
- Trademark infringement: When someone uses a registered trademark without the owner’s permission.
- Copyright infringement: When someone uses a copyrighted work without the owner’s permission.
- Patent infringement: When someone uses or sells a patented invention without the owner’s permission.
- Trade secret misappropriation: When someone uses someone else’s trade secrets without permission.
- Unfair competition: When someone uses deceptive or fraudulent practices that harm another party’s business or reputation.
It’s essential to remember that IP infringements can take various forms and can be committed by individuals or businesses.
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