A self-proclaimed ‘aggressive’ enforcer of trademark rights and frequent filer of IP infringement litigation action has told World Trademark Review that he primarily initiates disputes with major brands because cease-and-desist letters sent by small business owners are often ‘ignored or not taken seriously’. Furthermore, he revealed he may consider legal remedies against parties – including the media – that refer to him as a ‘trademark troll’.

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