Friday, April 17, 2009

The Dumbest Trademark Demand Letter?

Marc Randazza points to one of the dumbest trademark demand letters he's ever read: dumb not because it has "the misplaced certitude, the overblown rhetoric, the baseless imputation of evil to the recipient, and over-all lack of self-awareness" that Marty Schwimmer would consider denoting a truly dumb demand letter (BTW: great wording, Ron Coleman adds "When will they ever learn?" Exactly.

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