Danielle R. Mendelsohn


Articles:

  • Sunday, May 1, 2005
    Cases Dispelling The Myth In our fact pattern, if DJ filed a declaratory judgment action, C&D's first step would be to file a motion to dismiss in the court where DJ filed. The basis for dismissal would be that DJ filed an improper anticipatory filing. The cases also indicate that C&D should file (and serve) its own complaint in the forum of its...
  • Tuesday, February 1, 2005
    Intellectual Property law, like every discipline, contains certain "common wisdoms" or "myths" which simply do not correspond to the established precedent. One such common misperception is that when writing a cease and desist letter it is important not to be overly aggressive. The concern is that if one sends a letter threatening a law suit and the alleged...