JENNIFER L. BROCKETT (State Bar No. 193433), email@example.com, F. ROSS BOUNDY, pro hac vice, rossboundy @dwt.com, BENJAMIN J. BYER, pro hac vice, firstname.lastname@example.org, DAVIS WRIGHT TREMAINE LLP, Seattle, Washington, Attorneys for Plaintiff BLACK RAPID, INC.
Rosenthal & Marsh, LLP, Richard M. Rosenthal, Attorneys for Defendant Dot Line Corp.
CONSENT JUDGMENT AND PERMANENT INJUNCTION AS TO DOT LINE CORP.
S. JAMES OTERO, District Judge.
This is an action for infringement of United States Patent No. 8, 047, 729 ("the 729 Patent"). In a complaint filed with this Court on March 6, 2013, Plaintiff Black Rapid, Inc. ("Black Rapid") alleged that the activities of Millionway and Defendant Dot Line Corp. ("Dot Line") infringed the 729 patent. Black Rapid sought both injunctive relief and monetary damages.
Black Rapid and Dot Line have entered into a Stipulation for Entry of Judgment and Permanent Injunction, and have indicated below their consent to the form and entry of this Judgment and Permanent Injunction.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED that, based on the evidence submitted to this Court, including the terms of the Stipulation for Entry of Judgment and Permanent Injunction ("Stipulation") between Black Rapid and Dot Line, judgment shall be entered as follows:
1. This Court has jurisdiction over the Black Rapid and Dot Line and the subject matter of this action. Venue in this judicial district is proper.
2. Dot Line Corp. ("Dot Line") shall not contest Black Rapid's current or future allegations that Millionway's Carry Speed camera straps infringe the 729 patent, and that the 729 patent is valid and enforceable.
3. Dot Line and its customers shall be permitted to sell or resell the less than 2, 050 Carry Speed camera straps in its inventory as of March 28, 2013 and Dot Line is enjoined from any further sales of Carry Speed camera straps or infringement of the 729 patent.
4. Dot Line, and Dot Line's officers, agents, servants, employees, and attorneys, and all persons in active concert or participation with it, are hereby permanently enjoined from infringement of the 729 patent by making, importing, using, selling, and offering to sell products covered by at least one claim of the 729 patent, and by inducing others to use such products, in violation of 35 U.S.C. § 271, except as Paragraph 3 of this Judgment otherwise permits.
5. Dot Line shall cooperate in good faith with Black Rapid in any further investigation of this matter to the extent reasonably so requested, including but not limited to responding to reasonable requests for information about Dot Line's inventory and purchase history of Carry Speed camera straps provided that such cooperation does not interfere with the normal business operations of Dot Line or require that Dot Line incur any cost or expense with respect thereto.
6. The terms of this Consent Judgment and Permanent Injunction shall be enforceable against and inure to the benefit of Dot Line and any persons working in concert with Dot Line and any retail outlet Dot Line and/or such persons may own or operate now or in the future, excluding Millionway.
7. Dot Line shall waive all claims, with prejudice, that could have been asserted in this action against Black Rapid. All claims asserted in this action by Black Rapid for monetary recovery from Dot Line are hereby dismissed with prejudice. No damages shall be awarded at this time. The entry of this consent judgment by the Court constitutes entry of final judgment as to all remaining claims asserted in this action by Black Rapid against Dot Line pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 54(b). Black Rapid and Dot Line will each bear their own costs and attorneys' fees incurred prior to entry of this Consent Judgment and Permanent Injunction.
8. The Court shall retain jurisdiction to enforce this Consent Judgment and Permanent Injunction. If Dot Line shall be alleged to have breached the terms of this Consent Judgment and Permanent Injunction, Black Rapid may pursue any and all non-monetary remedies it may ...