Not really. Cease and desist orders don't cost that much. Besides, companies like this have IP attorneys on staff. So they are getting paid to specifically protect their company's brand.Look at it this way though..... it cost a LOT of money for a lawyer to go into this and hunt you down
It's always worth it. In fact, it is the responsibility of IP owners to pursue legal action against infringement. Not to mention, allowing infringement to exist devalues the licensing of their brand. Companies owe it to their licensees to prevent bootlegging.they're not going to do that unless it's worth it
If a print shop is going to use logos without authorization, they should definitely worry about it. Because it may get them sued. Whether they choose to do it or not is up to them, but it's worth understanding the risks, not pretend they don't exist.but as a print shop with locals coming in and getting stuff.... I don't think you need to worry about it too much.
I disagree with this 100%. If a company like the NFL, MLB WB or Disney catches you infringing on their IP, there is no way they are then going to sign that company on as a licensee. It doesn't work that way.Just add a creative enough touch of your own to really make it something big so if and when they do see it they'll want in on it more than want to shut you down. They don't want you bootlegging their stuff..... but they don't want to destroy an opportunity either.... so there's wiggle room.