By Lori Spencer

An infringement letter, sometimes called a “cease and desist” letter, is typically the first formal step an aggrieved party takes to demand that another party refrain from violating the law or another’s legal rights. This strongly worded letter puts the offending party on notice that if it does not cease the infringing activity immediately, legal action might be taken. Although an infringement letter often is drafted by an attorney, this is not always necessary.

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