Nucal Foods, Inc. v. Kaye
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|June 25, 2013
DEFAULT JUDGMENT signed by Judge Kimberly J. Mueller on 6/25/13 against Shawn Kaye. (Meuleman, A)
|April 17, 2013
ORDER and FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS signed by Magistrate Judge Allison Claire on 4/16/2013 VACATING the Motion Hearing as to 11 Motion for Default Judgment set for 4/24/2013; RECOMMENDING that 11 Motion for Default Judgment be granted; RECOMME NDING that the court enter judgment against Defendant on Plaintiff's claims brought pursuant to the Anti Cyber-Squatting Protection Action, 15 U.S.C. § 1125(d); RECOMMENDING that the court award statutory damages in an amount of $1,000 .00; RECOMMENDING that the plaintiff be granted attorneys' fees in the amount of $14,050.00; RECOMMENDING that the defendant be directed to relinquish all rights, within 30 days of entry of default judgment, to the "Cal Eggs" doma in name, known as www.caleggs.com; RECOMMENDING that the defendant be directed to turn over to plaintiff, within 30 days of entry of default judgment, all rights to the "Cal Eggs" domain name, known as www.caleggs.com; RECOMMENDING that the domain registrar be authorized to transfer, within 30 days of entry of default judgment, the "Cal Eggs" domain name, known as www.caleggs.com to Plaintiff at Plaintiff's request if Defendant fails to do so; RECOMMENDING that this case be closed. Referred to Judge Kimberly J. Mueller. Objections due within 14 days. (Michel, G)
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