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Techmark Software Pty Ltd. v. FT ECU Inc.

United States District Court, C.D. California

March 31, 2017

TECHMARK SOFTWARE PTY LTD T/A WOOLICH RACING, an Australian company, Plaintiff,
v.
FT ECU, INC., a California corporation, and DOES 1 through 10, inclusive, Defendants.

          NIXON PEABODY LLP Shawn G. Hansen (Cal Bar No. 197033), KIRTON McCONKIE Christopher S. Hill (Cal Bar No. 205738), Shawn T. Richards (Admitted Pro Hac Vice) Attorneys for Plaintiff Techmark Software Pty Ltd

          FINAL JUDGMENT

          HONORABLE JAMES V. SELNA, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

         The Court entered an Order on or about March 20, 2017 (the “Order”) denying defendant FT ECU, Inc.'s (“FTECU”) Motion to Reopen (the “Motion to Reopen”) and its two motions to strike (Dkt # 68-1). In the Order, the Court denied the Motion to Reopen on the grounds that, among other things, the parties November 3, 2016 Term Sheet agreement (the “Term Sheet”) is a binding and enforceable settlement agreement between the parties. The Court hereby clarifies its intentions consistent with its rulings on the record at the hearing on the Motion to Reopen with respect to the denial of the Motion to Reopen. Namely, the Motion to Reopen is denied with respect to FTECU's request to reopen the case for purposes of litigating the parties' underlying claims. However, pursuant to its inherent authority, the Local Rules and/or the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (including but not limited to Rule 60(a)), and for the reasons more fully set forth on the record by the parties' counsel and the Court at the March 20, 2017 hearing on this matter, the Court does hereby (i) clarify the November 18, 2016 Order of Dismissal Upon Settlement of Case (“Dismissal Order”) (Docket # 54) to authorize the reopening of this case for the purpose of entering judgment upon settlement, and (ii) grant the Motion to Reopen in part, but only for the sole and limited purpose of reopening the case to enter a final judgment and dispose of the parties' claims with prejudice, consistent with the Term Sheet.

         THEREFORE, for the reasons articulated by the Court in the Order and by the Court and by counsel for plaintiff Techmark Software Pty Ltd. T/A Woolich Racing (“Woolich”) on the record at the March 20, 2017 hearing, all of which is incorporated herein by reference, and for good cause showing, the Court HEREBY ENTERS FINAL JUDGMENT as follows:

         (1) This Court has jurisdiction over the parties to this action and over the subject matter hereof pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1332, 1338, and 1367.

         (2) Service of process was properly made on the parties.

         (3) The Term Sheet, executed by Woolich and FTECU on November 3, 2016, is a binding and fully enforceable settlement agreement between the parties.

         (4) Pursuant to the Term Sheet as stipulated and agreed between the parties and this Final Judgment, each of FTECU and Woolich, including all of their parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, officers, directors, stockholders, employees, agents, representatives, successors, assigns and attorneys, and those persons in active concert or participation with any of them, is permanently enjoined from engaging in any of the following activities either directly or indirectly through a third party:

i. Copying, reverse engineering, duplicating, reproducing, misappropriating, infringing upon, and/or redistributing the software, source code, process, design and/or products belonging to and/or offered by the other party;
ii. Except as may be authorized by the parties' Term Sheet, accessing, and/or attempting to access, the other party's software, directly and/or indirectly through a third party; and
iii. Writing any code for the specific purpose of decrypting and/or accessing and/or allowing a third-party to decrypt and/or access the other party's software and/or source code.

         (5) This Final Judgment shall be deemed to have been served upon the parties at the time of its execution by the Court.

         (6) The Court shall retain jurisdiction of this action to entertain such further proceedings and to enter such further orders as may be necessary or appropriate to implement and enforce the provisions of this Final Judgment and/or the parties' Term Sheet.

         (7) This Court shall retain jurisdiction over the parties for the purpose of making further orders necessary or proper for the construction or modification of this Final Judgment and/or the parties' Term Sheet; the enforcement of either of the foregoing; the punishment of ...


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