Letter of claim—copyright infringement
Letter of claim—copyright infringement

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  • Letter of claim—copyright infringement

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Letter of claim

[Alleged infringer’s name and address]


Dear [insert organisation name]

Copyright infringement: [Name and description of copyright works]

We are writing on behalf of [name of client] of [address]. We are writing to you about your activities and actions, which amount to an infringement of our client’s copyright.

[Name of client]

[Name of client] operates in [describe: the industry of operation, what the copyright owner does; who in the company produces the copyright works, if relevant how they are employed and what the copyright work is. Define or give the name of the copyright work]. [Insert name of client] is the [owner OR assignee OR exclusive licensee] of copyright in the copyright work, a copy of which is [enclosed for your attention OR available for inspection on request at the our offices]. [In accordance with section 11(2) of the Copyright, Designs and Patents

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