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If the infringement supposedly occured post-suspension, the plaintiff could have sued you, individually. As it seems that has not occurred, consider yourself lucky. If the corporation is not in good standing, and is doing no business and has no assets, there is not really too much to be concerned with, as the judgement would be virtually meaningless. If the NY corporation has not infringed on the mark and has not connection to the old corporation, it is not a proper party to the action. However, if the new corporations are alter egos for the suspended corporation, they are fair game. Be sure to keep clean and separate records.
Another thing to remember is that a corporaton is required to have an attorney to appear in a lawsuit. The corporation cannot be pro se.
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