Trademark Assignments effectively assign a registered trademark to another party. This assignment contains the trademark which will be assigned and the original owner's obligations which may continue under the agreement. Once a trademark is assigned, the original owner no longer retains rights in the trademark.
Trademark Cease and Desist Letters are used to inform another party that they have infringed on the use of a lawfully owned trademark. This letter demands that the infringement be ceased immediately. It also sets out the remedies which will be taken if the infringement is not stopped.
Trademark License Agreements give an individual or company the rights to use your registered trademark. This agreement is usually given for a specific amount of time and all rights revert back to the original trademark owner once the license term expires.