The opinion of the court was delivered by: Dolly M. Gee United States District Judge
ORDER AND JUDGMENT RE PERMANENT INJUNCTION AND OTHER RELIEF  [PROPOSED] ORDER AND JUDGMENT RE PERMANENT INJUNCTION AND OTHER RELIEF
Good cause appearing from the parties' Stipulation, filed on November 2, 2012, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED AND ADJUDGED as follows:
1. The aforementioned Stipulation of the Parties is hereby incorporated in its entirety by this reference.
2. In connection with any advertising, promotion or offering of goods or services for sale in person or by written, telephonic, broadcast Internet or other means of communication, Defendants, as well as each of their officers, agents, servants, employees, contractors, attorneys, directors, officers, shareholders, predecessors, successors and assigns, and all other persons or entities in active concert or participation with any of them who receive actual notice of this Order, whether acting directly or through any corporation, company or other entity, subsidiary, division, or other device, including but not limited to, fictitious business names, shall be and are hereby permanently restrained and enjoined from:
a. Making direct or indirect infringing use of the word "KINNARA," or of any other name, mark, logo, domain name, website or commercial identifier that is confusingly similar to Plaintiff's registered "KINARA" mark, or aiding and abetting or causing others to do the same;
b. Doing any act or thing calculated or likely to cause confusion or mistake in the minds of members of the public or prospective customers of Plaintiff's products or services as to the source of Defendants' products or services, or that is likely to deceive members of the public or Plaintiff's prospective customers into believing that there is some connection between Defendants and Plaintiff, or their respective products and/or services;
c. Committing any acts that will, or which are reasonably likely to, tarnish, blur, or dilute the distinctive qualities of Plaintiff's "KINARA" mark;
d. Making any representations, express or implied, that Plaintiff is affiliated with or sponsors or approves of Defendants or any of their products or services; and
e. Contesting Plaintiff's trademark rights in the term "KINARA."
3. Defendants shall delete, destroy, deliver to Plaintiff and/or disable all storefront signs, Internet websites, domain names, social networking pages, advertisements (online and offline), articles, packages, wrappers, products, images, displays, labels, circulars, kits, packaging, letterhead, business cards, promotional items, clothing, literature, sales aids, receptacles, templates or other items in the possession, custody, or under the control of Defendant that bear the word "KINNARA" or any other term, name, logo or commercial identifier that is confusingly similar to or a colorable imitation of Plaintiff's "KINARA" mark.
4. Defendants shall, within ten (10) days of entry of this Order and Judgment, transfer full ownership and control over the Internet domain name to Plaintiff.
5. Defendants shall, within twenty (20) days of entry of this Order and Judgment, change their business name to a term that is not confusingly similar to or a colorable imitation of Plaintiff's "KINARA" mark, the term "KANYA" having been agreed upon by Defendants and approved by Plaintiff.
6. Defendants shall, for a period of one (1) year after the date of entry of this Order and Judgment, issue and prominently display a written disclaimer on any online or offline advertisement, including any websites maintained by Defendants, or any one of them, clearly stating that Defendants have no relationship or affiliation with the Plaintiff and ...