The opinion of the court was delivered by: Hon. A. Howard Matz United States District Judge
ORDER RE CONSENT JUDGMENT INCLUDING A PERMANENT INJUNCTION AND VOLUNTARY DISMISSAL OF ACTION WITH PREJUDICE
WHEREAS Plaintiffs Coach, Inc. and Coach Services, Inc. ("Coach") and Defendants Earth Accessories, Inc. dba Princess Purse and Jacob Kavosh (collectively "Defendants") have entered into a Settlement Agreement and Mutual Release as to the claims in the above referenced matter. Defendants, having agreed to consent to the below terms, it is hereby:
ORDERED, ADJUDGED, and DECREED as among the parties hereto that:
1. This Court has jurisdiction over the parties to this Final Judgment and has jurisdiction over the subject matter hereof pursuant to 15 U.S.C. § 1121.
2. Coach is the worldwide owner of the trademark "COACH" and various composite trademarks and assorted design components ("Coach Marks"). Amongst the many Coach Marks, one of the most well-known and recognized marks is Coach's Signature "C" Mark (see below). Coach has used the Signature "C" Mark in association with the sale of goods since as early as 2001. The Signature "C" Mark was first registered at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on September 24, 2002. Registrations for the Signature "C" Mark include, but are not limited to, U.S. Reg. Nos. 2,626,565; 2,822,318; and 2,832,589
3. In 2008, Coach introduced the "Op Art Mark" to the Coach brand of goods (see below). Since then, the Op Art Mark has been continuously and extensively featured on Coach branded products ranging from handbags to footwear to luggage to accessories, including eyewear. The Op Art Mark was registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on October 13, 2009 (U.S. Reg. No. 3,696,470)
4. In addition to its trademark registrations, Coach owns various copyright registrations to the Coach Marks, including but not limited to copyrights to the Op Art Design (VA 1-694-574), which features a recurring pattern of the Op Art Mark.
5. Plaintiffs have alleged that Defendants' importation, distribution, advertisement, offering for sale, and sale of products which infringe upon Coach's Signature "C" and Op Art Marks ("Disputed Products") constitute trademark infringement and unfair competition under the Lanham Trademark Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1051, et. seq. and under the common law.
6. Defendants and their agents, servants, employees and all persons in active concert and participation with them who receive actual notice of this Final Judgment are hereby permanently restrained and enjoined from infringing upon Coach's trademarks and/or copyrighted works, include either directly or contributorily, in any manner, including generally, but not limited to manufacturing, importing, distributing, advertising, selling and/or offering for sale any unauthorized product bearing the Coach Marks and/or copyrighted works, or marks confusingly similar or substantially similar thereto, and, specifically from:
(a) Using Coach's trademarks and/or copyrighted works or any reproduction, counterfeit, copy or colorable imitation thereof in connection with the manufacture, importation, distribution, advertisement, offer for sale and/or sale of merchandise comprising not the genuine products of Coach, or in any manner likely to cause others to believe that Defendants' products are connected with Coach or Coach's genuine merchandise;
(b) Passing off, inducing or enabling others to sell or pass off any products or other items that are not Coach's genuine merchandise as and for Coach's genuine merchandise;
(c) Leasing space to any tenant who is engaged in the manufacturing, purchasing, production, distribution, circulation, sale, offering for sale, importation, exportation, advertisement, promotion, display, shipping, marketing of Infringing Products;
(d) Committing any other acts calculated to cause purchasers to believe that Defendants' products are Coach's genuine ...