Chanel Inc v. Rosita Rahmani et al
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|February 3, 2014
STIPULATED CONSENT FINAL JUDGMENT AND PERMANENT INJUNCTION by Judge George H. King in favor of Chanel Inc against Rosita Rahmani. Defendant and her officers, agents, servants, employees and attorneys, and all persons in active concert and participat ion with them are hereby permanently restrained and enjoined fromintentionally and/or knowingly: manufacturing or causing to be manufactured, importing, advertising, or promoting, distributing, selling or offering to sellcounterfeit and infringing g oods bearing the Chanel Marks; using the Chanel Marks in connection with the sale of any unauthorized goods; using any logo, and/or layout which may be calculated to falsely advertise the services or products of Defendant as being sponsored by, autho rized by, endorsed by, or in any way associated with Chanel; falsely representing Defendant; using any counterfeit, unauthorized reproduction copy, or colorable imitation of the Chanel Marks. The parties respective attorneys fees and costs incurred i n connection with this action shall be borne as per the agreement of the individual parties in their Settlement Agreement. This Court will retain continuing jurisdiction over this cause to enforce the terms of this Consent Final Judgment and the Sett lement Agreement between the parties. All infringing and counterfeit Chanel branded products surrendered by Defendant to Chanel under the terms of the parties settlement, shall be destroyed under the direction of Chanel. ( MD JS-6. Case Terminated ) (shb)
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