If you become aware of the infringement of one of your intellectual property rights, it is advisable to notify the infringer of the infringement and to clarify the possible consequences. The infringer should be given the opportunity to explain himself, as there may be situations in which the subject of a granted patent or a registered trademark may be exercised rightfully by a third party.
In the event, however, that the infringer's explanation is not sound, or no explanation is given, it is advisable to send a formal letter in which the infringer is prompted to issue a cease-and-desist declaration.
We cooperate regularly with specialized attorneys-at-law and can advise you, if you think you are a victim of an infringement. Even if you are the recipient of a warning letter, we are happy to assist you - there is always a way!