We haven't had quite this kind of issue to deal with but in similar
situations the advice we have received has always been to try and get
the two parties to resolve it between themselves.
You could say to the person that if he takes legal action to enforce
his trademark claim you will suspend use of it by other users until
the claim is resolved. Failing that you are not in a position to
adjudicate the matter yourself so you can't take any action.
Our advice received is that this kind of response is sufficient to
protect you against any direct legal action. It should effectively
close the issue as far as you are concerned. Our experience is that in
90% of cases people threatening legal action don't follow through to
the point of actually going to speak to a solicitor about the matter.
Obvious disclaimer here that I don't have any legal qualifications and
the advice given to us may not be directly relevant or applicable to
your case despite my personal opinion that it might be.
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