A Cease and Desist document is used to demand that an individual or organization stop doing something illegal or unethical.
This template letter requests that the recipient cease and desist from using an infringing domain name and demands cancellation or transfer of the domain name, as well as other remedies and assurances, in anticipation of a UDRP claim and an ACPA claim.
This template letter requests that the recipient voluntarily withdraw or amend their USPTO application to register a potentially confusing or diluting mark, with the option of demanding that the applicant cease or restrict its use of the mark.
This template provides a cease and desist letter for a plaintiff's attorney to send to a plaintiff's former employer, with integrated notes and drafting tips.
This document template provides patent owners with the language to notify an alleged infringer of the patent and alleged infringing activity, and offers optional and alternative language to request the recipient to cease and desist or resolve the dispute amicably.
This template cease and desist letter provides employers with a jurisdiction-neutral document to send to a former employee's new employer when the employee's conduct violates post-employment obligations, including restrictive covenants, trade secrets statutes, and the duty of loyalty.
Are you looking for a way to protect your trademark from infringement? Our Trademark Cease and Desist template is here to help. This document provides a clear warning to the recipient that legal action may be taken if the infringing activity continues, and it also outlines a timeline for them to cease and desist their activities. The template also provides a statement of the trademark owner’s rights and remedies in the event that the infringing activities continue. This document is an invaluable tool for protecting your trademark and preventing further damage to its reputation.