Litigation burns your money fast. Use it as a last resort! To resolve a dispute over a name or brand it's best to begin with a factually well-grounded demand letter. Speak to us to tailor one for you.
A demand letter typically has three sections: a statement of facts, identification of the applicable law, and a list of specific demands requiring compliance by a set deadline.
If compliance does not follow, then so can a court case. The benefit of the prior well-crafted demand letter is that it frames the facts, law and demands at the outset. Many cases are ultimately resolved on principles identified at the outset. A good demand letter can convince readers to avoid wasted time and costs.