The owner of two Chesapeake sporting goods stores and former proprietor of a Norfolk flea market stand was convicted by a judge on Friday of one count of felony trademark infringement. Keith Carter, who opened his first brick-and-mortar Players Sports Nuts store three years ago, is to be sentenced Aug. 31 in Chesapeake Circuit Court. Read full story
Category: Trademark Convictions
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 […]
Hassan Aoun, 43, of Dearborn was found guilty today following a two-week jury trial in federal court, announced United States Attorney Barbara L. McQuade. Aoun was convicted of Conspiracy to Traffic in Counterfeit Goods, and three counts of Trafficking in Counterfeit Goods.