Drey A. Cooley Authors Trademark Article for the Journal of the Missouri Bar
Drey A. Cooley, a Capes Sokol shareholder, was a featured contributor in this month’s issue of the Journal of the Missouri Bar. His article entitled “Avoid Becoming a Trademark Bully: The Art of Writing Cease and Desist Letters” appeared in Vol. 72, No. 3 issue of the Journal.
Avoid Becoming a Trademark Bully: The Art of Writing Cease and Desist Letters
Cease and desist letters are an essential tool to cost-effectively resolve issues and avoid litigation. However, in an increasingly connected world, they are only an effective tool if used appropriately.
Read the full article “Avoid Becoming a Trademark Bully: The Art of Writing Cease and Desist Letters” on the Missouri Bar website. If you would like to read more articles from this month’s issue, copies of Journal are also is available online.
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About Drey A. Cooley
Drey A. Cooley, Chair of the Capes Sokol Appellate Practice, represents businesses and individuals in a wide variety of business, real estate, construction and intellectual property disputes in state and federal trial courts. In his intellectual property litigation practice, Drey assists businesses in the protection of their intellectual property portfolios through trademark and copyright infringement litigation in state and federal courts, as well as in actions in front of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB). For more information about Drey, please visit his profile.
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