United States District Court, C.D. California
ORDER ACCEPTING FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
GARY A. FEESS, District Judge.
Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 636, the Court has reviewed the entire record in this action, the attached Report and Recommendation re Applications for Issuance of Order Finding Defendants in Contempt and Order to Show Cause re Contempt Against Third Parties Joseph and Sharon Henkel ("Report"), and the objections thereto. Good cause appearing, the Court concurs with and accepts the findings of fact, conclusions of law, and recommendations contained in the Report after having made a de novo determination of the portions to which objections were directed.
IT IS ORDERED that defendants Robert Henkel and Michael Henkel ("Defendants") are held in civil contempt of the April 14, 2009 judgment ("Judgment") and the June 15, 2012 Order Finding Defendants in Contempt ("the "2012 Contempt Order"). In addition, Defendants are ordered to:
(1) take down all websites that fail to comply with the Judgment and the 2012 Contempt Order, including but not limited to: http://mikehenkel.com, http://thetruthaboutcellfood.angelfire.com, and http://henkelo2.angelfire.com;
(2) take down all Facebook material that fails to comply with the Judgment, including but not limited material appearing on pages for the following accounts: "Joe Henkel, " "dueterator, " "The Truth About Cellfood, " and "Henkel O2 Earth and Water Solution";
(3) cease all contact, direct or indirect (including through other Henkel familial relations), with any of plaintiff's customers or other business relations;
(4) cease publishing, directly or indirectly, any representations that they know or possess plaintiff's trade secrets; the Storey formula, or the ingredients, formula, or know-how of CELLFOOD;
(5) cease publishing, directly or indirectly, any express or implied representations or threats that they are going to publish, release, or reveal the CELLFOOD formula and/or the Storey formula;
(6) compensate plaintiff for the reasonable attorney's fees and costs it expended in prosecuting its applications; and
(7) pay a fine to the District Court of $5, 000 per diem, until such time as Defendants have (a) taken down all offending websites, Facebook posts, and other Internet material; (b) ceased contacting plaintiff's customers or other business relations; and (3) provided the District Court with satisfactory sworn evidence of the removal of the offending material and the steps taken to prevent its reappearance. Such per diem fine should not commence until 14 days after entry of the District Court's order finding Defendants in contempt.
In addition, the Court will issue an Order to Show Cause directly against third parties Joseph Henkel and Sharon Henkel requiring them to show cause why they should not be held in contempt for ...