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You’ve Received a Cease and Desist Letter: Now What?

When foreign and overseas companies and individual’s doing business in the United States fail to do due diligence on their intellectual property assets before introducing them into U.S. markets, they run the risk of legal action from U.S.-based companies who believe their intellectual property right

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If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the sheer enormity of questions and possible considerations, you are not alone. Engaging in business in foreign markets is tough work. So is navigating the minefield of intellectual property law. In many cases, infringements occur inadvertently or through simple misunderstandings and omission. Whatever the reason, you don’t have to go it alone. Contact Eric Ludwig today for a free, one-hour consultation to discuss how you might challenge a cease-and-desist letter, jurisdiction claims relating to intellectual property, and the substance of a plaintiff’s claims. (619) 929-0873 | [email protected]

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