Hand-holding during an on-going trade mark infringement case

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Farah S.
Ms E Susan S.Catherine M.Anna G.Jenny F. + 3 others have already sent a proposal.
Farah S.
Lawyer and Adcovate at Cotswold Barristers
Top Endorsed
United Kingdom Reigate
Ms E Susan S.
Solicitor
United Kingdom Pinner
Catherine M.
Legal Services
United Kingdom Bristol
Anna G.
Lawyer
United Kingdom Durham
Jenny F.
Employment and Contract Lawyer
United Kingdom Southport
FRANK R.
CONTRACTS | IP LAW | INTERNET & IT LAW | BUSINESS LAW
United States Greensboro
Stuart S.
Business, Contract and Regulatory Compliance consultant
Spain Alicante
Catherine A.
Lawyer, Management Consultant
United Kingdom Milngavie
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Description

My company has been accused in the Patents County Court of a trade mark infringement, although it has been operating under the name for 17 years. I've been advised unofficially that I have a very strong defence, but because the other side has deep pockets I will probably loose on legal technicality. Unable to afford the legal representation I lodged the defence myself using Internet research. However, the other side lodged an application to strike out the defence and I am afraid that I am about to run into the legal technicalities.

As a small business I am unable to instruct anyone to take on the complete case, however an advice on further procedures/ pointers to writing letters is now required otherwise my business is RIP. My total budget on this case is in low hundreds of pounds.

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