The opinion of the court was delivered by: Cormac J. Carney United States District Judge
This matter came before the Court on plaintiff King Taco Restaurant, Inc.'s ("King Taco") Application for Default Judgment against defendants Carlos H. Camacho and King Taco de Cortez (collectively, "Defendants"). On November 30, 2012, the Court issued an Order granting King Taco's application and finding that King Taco is entitled to permanent injunctive relief against Defendants.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Defendants and their employees, contractors, agents, servants, representatives, and attorneys, and all persons acting in concert or participating with them, are permanently enjoined from the following:
1. Using the "King Taco Trademarks," identified in Schedule A attached hereto, in connection with Defendants' goods, marketing, advertising, or promotion materials, or otherwise in connection with Defendants' business.
2. Using the "King Taco Copyrights," identified in Schedule B attached hereto, in connection with Defendants' goods, marketing, advertising, or promotion materials, or otherwise in connection with Defendants' business.
3. Using confusingly similar variations of the "King Taco Trademarks," identified in Schedule A attached hereto, causing likelihood of confusion, deception, and/or mistake as to the source, nature, and/or quality of Defendants' goods and services.
This injunctive order is effective immediately.
SCHEDULE A Mark Registration No. Registration Date "King Taco" word mark 2,838,200 May 4, 2004 "King Taco Restaurants, Inc." stylized work mark 2,838,199 May 4, 2004 King Taco's stylized design mark 2,838,050 June 15, 2004
SCHEDULE B "King Taco Burritos" Images Copyright Registration No. VAu001102146 Registration Date May 9, 2012 "Burrito 1" "Burrito 2" "Burritos"
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