Typosquatting? not sure what you call it. Competitor trading off your name, selling same products and service. Our trademark is registered (ipo.gov.uk). Our domain url are the words from the TM name, always have been.
Has a cease and desist letter ever worked for your company, or is this just old hat now?
They are using TM words in their Meta descriptions too. They are using the same word in our logo in their website logo. We have been established longer, our site has been on the same domain for years. Theirs is about 4 years old. They are becoming a pain in the derrière. And we have been putting off what to do about it.
If you have trademark registered in UK you can sue someone for using that trademark on similar goods or services but be careful because there are provisions relating to threats about using the trademark (as in a cease and desist letter could be a bad idea without trademark lawyer help as the baddies (my words not his!) could counter sue you). There are other provisions of english civil law referred to under term "passing off" which allow you to sue infringers independently of trademark route. (a trademark attorney would be able to advise you on the best route for you dependent on your circumstances)
He would advises you to get in touch with a qualified trademark attorney who will normally do a free half hour consultation where you discuss the case and you can get a cost estimate and they can talk you through what you need.
He recomends contacting a trademark attorney at: Gill Jennings & Every LLP Broadgate House 7 Eldon Street London EC2M 7LH
Tel: +44 (0)20 7377 1377 Fax: +44 (0)20 7377 1310
Hope this is helpful- he is patents rather than trademarks so best off speaking to someone who knows that law inside out as its a complicated business!