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In Response To: "Re: FC SESA v. Oceanside United Soccer Club - Here Comes the Judge"
Larry Miller
Larry Miller
BOTN has obtained a copy of a Cease & Desist letter sent by FC SESA's attorney to Mike O'Malley, the president of the Oceanside United Soccer Club. It appears that the OUSC club has committed Trademark Infringement, and by doing so apparently have been "fooling" some parents and players seeking to play with FC SESA that the OUSC and FC SESA are somehow connected, which is not factual.

Furthermore, the OUSC has been using the FC SESA trademark to further their club player membership. OUSC has been given until December 10, 2019 to cease and desist the use of the FC SESA mark in any and every form or litigation will follow.

BOTN believes that FC SESA will move swiftly to get this issue before a judge with an Order To Show Cause legal procedure.

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