Posted on Feb 14, 2012 7:27am PST Court: U.S. Court of Appeals (9th Cir.) Case: Jose Rodriguez‑Valencia v. Eric H. Holder Jr., Attorney General Date: July 21, 2011 From: New York attorney Gary E. Rosenberg (immigration attorney and lawyer; serving Brooklyn and Queens) Queens immigration lawyer Jose Rodriguez‑Valencia, a native and citizen of Mexico, petitions for review of the Board of
The trademark counterfeiting business is booming! Check out the trademark counterfeits at the bottom of this page. Phonies, frauds and thieves are thriving in an industry that is driven by greed, disregard for the rights and reputations of others and by consumers with low self esteem. Huh? Yes, you read correctly; consumers with low
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 23, 2012 PITTSBURGH, Pa. – A resident of Allegheny County has been sentenced in federal court to four years probation, six months home detention and a special assessment of $100 on his conviction of trademark counterfeiting and filing a false income tax return, United States Attorney David J. Hickton announced today.
PITTSBURGH, Pa. – A resident of Allegheny County has been sentenced in federal court to four years probation, six months home detention and a special assessment of $100 on his conviction of trademark counterfeiting and filing a false income tax return, United States Attorney David J. Hickton announced today. United States District Judge Terrence F.
By Scott Daugherty The Virginian-Pilot © May 19, 2012 CHESAPEAKE The embroidery on some of the jerseys wasn’t crisp, the private investigator testified. And some of them were missing serial numbers. And there were the prices: 50 to 75 percent off. The owner of two Chesapeake sporting goods stores and former proprietor of a Norfolk flea market stand
U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals USA v PETROSIAN No. 9650120 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, No. 96-50120Plaintiff-Appellee,D.C. No.v. CR-95-00376- RSWLVATCHAGAN PETROSIAN, Defendant-Appellant. OPINION Appeal from the United States District Courtfor the Central District of California Ronald S.W. Lew, District Judge, Presiding Argued and Submitted November 7, 1996–Pasadena, California Filed October 15, 1997 Before: James R. Browning, David
The Attorney General may seize trademark or copyright infringing websites under the government’s Operation In Our Sites v. 2.0. program. This action is authorized under federal law 18 U.S.C. §§ 981 and 2323, which specifically allows the Federal government to seize property involved in illegal activity. Trademark counterfeiting and intellectual property infringement activity is illegal and is punishable by federal penalties