This finding followed a default judgment, but provides useful analysis.
The court denied the request, finding that delay in requesting relief obviated the irreparable harm element.
My mother (center, bottom) spent most of the ’50s running cheerleading camps with somebody named “Herkie”. Apparently people still do that, and this generates lawsuits.
We haven’t got Judge Craven much longer. So we need to enjoy her rulings while we still can.
The court concluded that it lacked personal jurisdiction over the defendant, and transferred the case to the SDNY.
I normally don’t post on unopposed motions, but when they are only granted in part, it is worth seeing why.
Like patent litigation, trademark litigation has a statue that permits fees in “exceptional cases”.
The alleged infringer “has a reputation for poor health standards, bad food, and rude service.”
“This is a trademark case concerning the use of the color blue,” the court began.
This case dealt with a claim of unfair competition as a result of a false designation of origin.