Excelled Sheepskin & Leather Coat Corp. v. Oregon Brewing Company
||Excelled Sheepskin & Leather Coat Corp.
||Oregon Brewing Company
||February 4, 2012
||US District Court for the Southern District of New York
||Foley Square Office
||George B. Daniels
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|September 28, 2016
MEMORANDUM DECISION AND ORDER: Adopting REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION. Magistrate Judge Ellis' Report and Recommendation to award statutory damages, attorneys' fees, and injunctive relief is adopted. Plaintiff is awarded statutory damages in th e amount of $1,000, plus reasonable attorneys' fees to be determined upon submission of contemporaneous time records or other relevant evidence. Pursuant to 15 U.S.C. § 1116, and the law of the State of New York, Defendant OBC and each of its agents, servants, employees, attorneys, assigns, and all others in privity or acting in concert with it are preliminarily and permanently enjoined from: Using or authorizing others to use the name and mark ROGUE or any other name, mark or dom ain name containing these terms, or any confusingly similar names or marks, in the advertising or sale of any clothing in Department and Clothing Stores; or in any trade channels other than where OBC's ROGUE branded beer is sold as complements t o and in promotion of Defendant's own brewing and beverage business. The Clerk of Court is directed to close the motion at ECF No. 128. SO ORDERED., Motions terminated: 128 MOTION for Attorney Fees filed by Excelled Sheepskin & Leather Coat Corp.. (Signed by Judge George B. Daniels on 9/28/2016) (ama)
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