Brief- Vuitton

Brief- Vuitton - Fact: Vuitton is a French company engaged...

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Fact: Vuitton is a French company engaged in the sale and distribution of leather goods under a distinctive trademark registered with the U.S. patent office in 1932. Vuitton filed for preliminary and permanent injunction against Dame Belt & Bags for infringing Vuitton’s trademark via the sale of leather goods identical in appearance to merchandise of Vuitton. Vuitton requested an ex parte temporary restraining order to be issued in order to maintain the status quo of the defendants. Issue: Whether a copyright holder is entitled to an ex parte temporary restraining order 1) provided that the holder sufficiently demonstrates the reasons the notice should not be required and 2) failure to issue an ex parte temporary restraining order would result in immediate and irreparable injury, loss, or damage. Holding: Yes a copyright holder is entitled to an ex parte temporary restraining order 1) when failure to issue it would result in immediate and irreparable injury, loss, or damage and 2) the
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