Service Mark Infringement And Injunctive Relief


Budget Blinds, Inc. v. Sherre Paschal, et al.

By Mulcahy LLP on January 08, 2013

In Budget Blinds, Inc. v. Sherre Paschal, et al. (United States District Court, Central District of California, May 2010), Mulcahy LLP initiated litigation on behalf of a franchisor against former franchisees for breach of contract, service mark infringement and injunctive relief. Mulcahy LLP successfully procured a monetary award against the defendants and a permanent injunction ordering defendants to immediately: (1) discontinue the operation of their competing business; (2) discontinue any interest in a competing business for a period of two years from the entry of the judgment; (3) discontinue use of the franchisor’s proprietary marks and materials; and (4) comply with the post-termination provisions of their franchise agreement.

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