National Council of the United States Society of St. Vincent De Paul, Inc. v. St. Vincent De Paul Community Center of Portage County, Inc.
||National Council of the United States Society of St. Vincent De Paul, Inc.
||St. Vincent De Paul Community Center of Portage County, Inc.
||June 15, 2016
||US District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin
||Stephen L. Crocker
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|September 5, 2018
ORDER that plaintiff's composite mark (the '318 registration) is distinctive and protectable as a matter of law; Amending the Order (dkt. 84 ) on plaintiff's 52 MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT. Granting plaintiff's motion (dkt 52 ) as to (a) liability on its Lanham Act claims regarding defendant's use of the marks that are subject of plaintiff's '318 and '794 registrations; and (b) defendant's affirmative defense of laches. The parties have until 9/12/2018 to report to the court whether it is necessary for the court to rule on their motions in limine, whether there are any issues remaining for resolution and whether a jury trial is necessary. Plaintiff shall also inform the court whether it will be seeking any damages. Signed by District Judge Barbara B. Crabb on 9/5/2018. (jls)
|December 29, 2017
ORDER denying 36 defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment. ; granting in part and denying in part 52 plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment. ; granting 83 Motion to Amend/Correct the pretrial conference order. Signed by District Judge Barbara B. Crabb on 12/29/2017. (mfh)
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