Grumpy Cat Limited v. Grenade Beverage LLC

Plaintiff: Grumpy Cat Limited
Defendant: Grenade Beverage LLC, Nick Sandford and Paul Sandford
Case Number: 8:2015cv02063
Filed: December 11, 2015
Court: California Central District Court
Presiding Judge: David O. Carter
Referring Judge: Douglas F. McCormick
Nature of Suit: Copyright

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Defendant: Grenade Beverage LLC
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Defendant: Nick Sandford
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Defendant: Paul Sandford
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Plaintiff: Grumpy Cat Limited
Represented By: David Binder Jonelis
Represented By: Lindsay D Molnar
Represented By: Martin D Singer
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