Protective brief

When you receive a warning letter, you must suppose that the other party will seek an injunction even if you consider the warning quite unfair. Usually an injunction is issued because the court examined only the applicant's point of view. As a general rule the defendant is not supposed to represent himself. With a protective brief, however, the receiver of a warning letter can induce the court to examine his arguments and take them in consideration when deciding on an emergency appeal.

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Roman Pusep

Attorney
Specialist Lawyer for IT law

Phone: +49 (0) 221 / 97 31 43 - 73
roman.pusep(at)werner-ri.de