United States Olympic Committee, et al. v Does
Plaintiff The United States Olympic Committee and the International Olympic Committee alleged that Defendants used Plaintiffs\' intellectual property on seven websites to advertise the sale of tickets to the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China. Plaintiffs further alleged that the tickets offered by Defendants do not exist, will not be delivered and cannot be used--in the case of Opening and Closing Ceremony tickets--even if they do exist and are delivered.
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|July 22, 2008
COMPLAINT. Filing fee received: $ 350.00, receipt number 09700000000002098084 (TRO Requested), filed by the United States Olympic Committee and the International Olympic Committee.(Simmons, Jeffrey) DOCKET TEXT MODIFIED TO IDENTIFY CORRECT FILERS. Modified on 7/23/2008 (MHA).
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