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Has to do with Trademark For years I sold knockoff lv etc along
with some licensed bag
Sometime in MAR 2002 execute a seizure at my home. Somethng I was
waiting for ,but never as a crinminal case
claimers in every questuionablebag abd at the check ouy stand. The
cour ruled i wash protecting the customer and he saw no counterfeiting
at point of sale
The two government snitchers in testimony were unable to pick the
original styles from the knockoffs from . In the deposition we found a
minimum 4 statement that could fall into the perjury perjuty,
Your question was a bit hard to read and I believe it got cut off. I think I understand what is going on, but can you tell me what your actual question is? Thanks.
The questio is The Court ruled there was no deception atb point of sale so there was no counterfeit. Moving along he didnt want to get iny post sale which is the tough on.e aI think that canbe challended
Is something wrong with your keyboard? I am having a hard time reading your words.
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T he court ruled no likelihood of confusion therefore no counterfeit The action moves int post sale
ie The Torrikton decision
I think that decision may have alread or soon will be challebged see General Mortorsv keystone
6th districk Are there any good cases in ost sale confusion that the court ruled in favor of defedant
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It is not necessary to use caps. It doesn't make me hear you any better. As you can see, I have opted out of the question as I truly cannot understand some of your words. Sorry. Hopefully another expert will be able to assist you. Thx.
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