U.S.A. Famous Original Ray's Licensing Corp. v. Famous Ray's Pizza Buffet Inc.
||U.S.A. Famous Original Ray's Licensing Corp.
||Famous Ray's Pizza Buffet Inc.
||December 3, 2012
||US District Court for the Southern District of New York
||Foley Square Office
||John G. Koeltl
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|October 17, 2013
ORDER for 17 Report and Recommendations: This Court found that the plaintiff, U.S.A. Famous Original Ray's Licensing Corp., was entitled to a default judgment against the defendant, Famous Ray's Pizza Buffet, Inc. The Court referred the c ase to Magistrate Judge Gorenstein for an inquest. The Court has reviewed the Report and Recommendation of Magistrate Judge Gorenstein dated September 26, 2013. The Report and Recommendation concludes that this Court should award the damages, attorne y's fees and costs, and the injunction described therein. No objections have been filed with respect to the Report and Recommendation, and the time for such objections has passed. In any event, the Court finds that the Report and Recommendation is thorough and well reasoned and should be adopted in full. Therefore, the Court adopts the Report and Recommendation. The plaintiff should submit a proposed judgment in conformity with the Report and Recommendation by October 22, 2013. The defendant may submit any objections and counter-judgment by October 24, 2013. (Responses due by 10/24/2013) (Signed by Judge John G. Koeltl on 10/17/2013) (rsh)
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