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Hill v. Let's Fashion

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA


June 24, 2010

SHERRI HILL, AN INDIVIDUAL, AND SHERRI HILL, INC., PLAINTIFFS,
v.
LET'S FASHION, INC., DEFENDANT.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: George H. WU United States District Judge

ORDER UPON CONSENT TO ENTRY OF PERMANENT INJUNCTION

WHEREFORE IT IS ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED as follows:

(1) Defendant and its officers, agents, servants, employees, attorneys, and all persons in active concert or participation with Defendant who receive actual notice of the Order by personal service or otherwise, shall be and are hereby permanently enjoined from:

(a) importing, exporting, selling, offering for sale, marketing, advertising and/or distributing any Copies of Sherri Hill's Products;

(b) making any reference to Sherri Hill's Copyrights and/or Sherri Hill's Trademarks/Trade Dresses in any advertising and/or verbal sales pitches for any products. By way of non-limiting example, advertising includes: print and/or graphics in newspapers, magazines, or on the internet/world-wide-web, commercials on the radio, television, on flyers, posters, catalogs, mailers, and/or in-store displays. By way of further non-limiting example, verbal sales pitches include in-store or telephone conversations with consumers or prospective consumers.

(c) engaging in any conduct that will cause or is likely to cause confusion, mistake, or misunderstanding as to the source, affiliation, connection, or association of Let's Fashion and its products with Sherri Hill and its products; and

(d) otherwise infringing upon Sherri Hill's Copyrights and/or Sherri Hill's Trademarks/Trade Dresses or unfairly competing with Sherri Hill in any manner whatsoever.

(2) All claims made by Sherri Hill against Let's Fashion as part of this action are hereby dismissed with prejudice.

(3) The Court will retain jurisdiction of the parties and this matter for purposes of enforcement of the permanent injunction as set forth herein in this Order Upon Consent.

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