The first thing you do when you raise an asset dispute is issue a Cease and Desist notice. Inform the other party to stop using your asset, whether it is a piece of intellectual property, like a logo or badge, a piece of equipment or a physical property.
In conjunction with this you also ask for all monies collected in connection with your property to be forward to you. Football clubs, for example, regularly instruct people, who produce merchandise with unauthorised copies of their club crests, to stop doing so, destroy all unused stock and send them whatever money earned from earlier sales.
If and when a claim reaches court, the first request to the judge is likely to be to freeze use of all assets and cough up cash from sales. Keep your eyes peeled…
CQN Nine-in-a-row Charity Golf Day 2013
Our Annual Charity Golf Day 2013 will take place on Friday 14th June at Aberdour Golf Club. This is our 9th annual event and I’m delighted to announce that Lisbon Lion and nine-in-a-row striker, Willie Wallace, will be our guest of honour.
After winning everything available to him in Europe, Willie made a new life for himself in Australia, where he established a second career in the game, while retaining strong links to the Celtic ex-pat community.
We will be raising funds for the 125-4-125 appeal, while encouraging all Celtic fans to get involved and stake their claim on what this club is all about. Cost for the day’s golf and the evening meal and entertainment is £80. Cost for non-golfers is £45.
The Annual Charity Golf Day is always oversubscribed so get your application for a place in early by emailing, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Look forward to seeing you there.