If you are the owner of the Trademark and someone is using your trademark without your permission then you can send him a Cease and Desist Notice requiring him to stop, cease and desist from using your trademark without your permission and authorization.
If you are not sender but are the recipient of such a letter which contains demands from you to stop using the alleged mark. You should treat any such letter/email seriously and should at least do the following:
- Before you contact the sender of notice consult your counsel.
- See that if the allegations contained in the letter are true or false.
- Make a sketch of your reply to the allegations.
- Consult a trademark lawyer for taking advise on how to respond this letter
Intellectual Property Logium provides complete assistance to draft the cease and desist notice and its reply, defence and response.