RE/MAX, LLC v. RE/MAX Empire, Inc. et al
||RE/MAX Empire, Inc., Eraline Terrones, Walter Terrones and Hector Vasquez
||June 18, 2010
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||Stephen J. Hillman
||A. Howard Matz
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|October 5, 2010
AMENDED CONSENT ORDER AND JUDGMENT by Judge A. Howard Matz. Judgment is entered against Defendant Vasquez for trademark counterfeiting, trademark infringement, unfair competition, and dilution of a famous mark under the laws of the United States, Tit le 15, USC (Counts I-IV); for trademark infringement under Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code section 14200 et seq.(Count V); for unfair competition under Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17200 (Count VI); and trademark infringement, and unfair competition under th e common law of the state of California (Counts VII-VIII). A Permanent Injunction is Ordered, effective immediately, enjoining. Defendant Vasquez shall pay to RE/MAX a reasonable royalty for his infringement of the RE/MAX Trademarks in the amount of $3,625.68. Vasquez shall submit payment in full within forty five (45) days from the date of signing of this Consent Order and Judgment. RE/MAX shall be entitled to its costs and attorneys fees expended in pursuing compliance with or seeking enf orcement of any provision of the Final Judgment and Permanent Injunction Against Defendant Vasquez. (See attached Amended Consent for further information). The Court retains jurisdiction over this matter and the parties to this action in order to enforce any violation of the terms of this Final Judgment and Permanent Injunction Against Defendant Vasquez by a finding of contempt. (jp)
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