Next It Corporation v. Roy et al

Case Number: 2:2005cv00380
Filed: December 1, 2005
Court: Washington Eastern District Court
Office: Spokane Office
Presiding Judge: Lonny R. Suko
Nature of Suit: Trademark
Cause of Action: 15:1125 Trademark Infringement (Lanham Act)
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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December 2, 2005 15 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER GRANTING TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER AND ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE; SETTING FURTHER STATUS CONFERENCE FOR HEARING ON PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR EXPEDITED DISCOVERY AND ESTABLISHING SCHEDULE FOR HEARING ON PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION; Granting in part (TR O and OSC) and deferring in part (expedited discovery request) 2 Motion for Temporary Restraining Order; A telephonic hearing will be held on 12/7/05 at 2:00 pm to establish a time and place of the preliminary injunction hearing and to hear portions of Plaintiff's motion requesting expedited discovery. Plaintiff shall post a security in the amount of $2,000 no later than 12/5/05 at 5:00 pm. The TRO shall expire on 12/15/05 at 5:00 pm, unless otherwise ordered by the Court or stipulation of the parties. Signed by Judge Lonny R. Suko. (cc: all counsel that appeared at TRO hearing on 12/2/05) (CV, Case Administrator)

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